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Posted 08 February 2012 - 09:03 AM

If this is the case then I think my problem is solved. I would try it and let you people know how things went for me.


Posted 07 February 2012 - 05:52 PM

As far as my knowledge of remote connections is concerned, I will need to confirm the access the the desktop every time from the own component so the desktop. I need to pass through this hurdle.

Nope, that is false.
You configure the desktop only once, granting access to any computer, and to a know user which has a password.
So, you configure it only once on each system in your house, and your laptop can remote desktop to any computer.
This is not the only way to do this, but I love it because it's a standard Microsoft Windows feature, so it's supported on each Windows system.


Posted 07 February 2012 - 05:46 PM

I thought remote desktop feature of the windows can only be used through the internet. It is a nice solution for solving problems on other people's computers and if it works on a local area connection, it would be a great help for me.
I am actually trying to create a system where my laptop can control the mouse and keyboard of my desktop CPU. If I can make the laptop also work as the monitor for the desktop CPU, that would also be a great thing to do. More importantly, I want a solution where configuration needs to be done only once. I mean to say that I would configure my desktop just one and then when I want to connect to the desktop through the laptop, I would only have to use the laptop, and not the desktop. As far as my knowledge of remote connections is concerned, I will need to confirm the access the the desktop every time from the own component so the desktop. I need to pass through this hurdle.


Posted 06 February 2012 - 08:11 AM

This is very easy using the Remote Desktop facility.
Have a look here, for instance : http://technet.micro...y/bb457106.aspx
From your computer you start the remote desktop. It asks you the remote computer username and password, and you are on the remote computer, with keyboard, mouse and everything.
Before that, the remote computer must enable remote desktop access, grant connect to the user, that's all.


Posted 05 February 2012 - 07:41 PM

I have created a local area network between two computers and both are in the same homegroup. I can transfer files from one to other, play multiplayer games and do other stuff, but sometimes there arises a need of controlling the mouse of the other computer in the homegroup and putting in keystrokes. Can this be achieved while I just use my primary computer. In simple words, can I use my primary computer to control the other computer in my homegroup.

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