Setting Up Remote Desktop on Windows 10 is really simple. But, before doing so, you need to make sure that your computer supports it.

To use Remote Desktop, the computer you are going to connect to must be Windows 10 Professional or higher, which also includes Enterprise and Server editions of Windows.

Once you have met the prerequisites, you need to enable Remote Desktop and get the name of the computer or IP address of the computer you are going to connect to.

In a different video, you will learn how to remotely connect to another computer if you are running Windows 10 Home or another operating system.

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20 Comments

Mr Arroyo

July 4, 2020

You are the real MVP the people’s Champ
God bless you and your family

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heil deutschland

July 4, 2020

F your laugh

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Steve63115

July 4, 2020

His other video to remotely connect to other computers : https://youtu.be/3ICnracdLgI

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Steve63115

July 4, 2020

You can't set this up if you are using Windows 10 "Home" version. It must be the "Pro" or upgrading for "$99"…

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Wesley K.

July 4, 2020

Both machines are Win10 Pro — both have remote desktop enabled. I have the correct credentials (they're MY machines). I continue to get the message:
A user account restriction (for example, a time-of-day restriction) is preventing you from logging on. For assistance, contact your system administrator or technical support

….time of day set correctly on both, services.msc all on default, no VPNs used…. what now?

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lau sk

July 4, 2020

If you use Aikotech ThinServer software, you can even make RDP multi users and work in home version too
http://www.aikotech.com

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Carlos Cratic

July 4, 2020

I'm connected now mon – eva- ting irie.

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lau sk

July 4, 2020

If you add Aikotech ThinServer to Windows 10 you can even get multiple user session so your current user will not be booted out if you access it as another user
. Works with any version of Windows 10
http://www.aikotech.com/thinserver

Great for working from home

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Skeet

July 4, 2020

This automatically installed last month, and I have windows 10 home. Why is this?

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NikkoPee Shop Storage

July 4, 2020

Very informative and fun!

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sameers89

July 4, 2020

if not under the same network???

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Tancred

July 4, 2020

in case your credentials do not work:
1. click use other account
2. on your pc you want to connect to: Start > search: your account info > and take note of the technical name of the user (under the profile picture, between the human readable name and the role (e.g. Administrator)
3. use this on the other pc as username and then type in the password you normally use on the pc u wanna connect to

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qzny0s

July 4, 2020

Please add how to connect with a smartphone to your desktop and how we can use that remote connection.

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{Spleef} The Dude

July 4, 2020

Better change the port number or someone can hack in…

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Riley Childers

July 4, 2020

https://freerdpserver.com/aff.php?aff=3871

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johnathan stith

July 4, 2020

Thank you

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lau sk

July 4, 2020

Due to the Corona virus outbreak, most employees are working from home now

Aikotech ThinServer is a very good software for working from home as it allows a single Windows PC in the office to share multiple desktop to the home users. The home user just need ANY devices that support MS remote desktop connection ( PCs, Macs, IOS, Android etc )

http://www.aikotech.com/thinserver

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Chuck Kahn

July 4, 2020

I entered my name and was connected to a login screen that said "Other user" and had a field for my password. I entered my password and was met with the prompt "The user name or password is incorrect. Try again."

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Mr Zeshan Official

July 4, 2020

yes it works i connect windows 10 to windows 7

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Maaz Ahmad

July 4, 2020

why you laugh like that?
i mean whats the joke behind it

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