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Remote Desktop Connection

Remote Desktop Connection

Remote Desktop Connection

(OP)
Hi,

I'm trying to access a computer on a LAN from the server. The server says it is part of a workgroup called 'WORKGROUP' but when I try to connect to the remote computer the user name and password are rejected. In the options section of RDC there is an option to enter the domain but the server is part of a workgroup not a domain, is there any way to change this or is there another option?

Thanks

RE: Remote Desktop Connection

in a workgroup, the verification is done on each pc, so u have 2 add a account with ur username/pw on the pc u wanne rdp 2

RE: Remote Desktop Connection

(OP)
But I know the account username and password of the computer i want to rdp to and it will still not authenticate

RE: Remote Desktop Connection

in my computer/properties/remote, did u set "allow remote desktop access" ?
and did u add an account there?
 

RE: Remote Desktop Connection

(OP)
Yes I've checked the 'allow remote desktop access' box but I havn't set-up an account, I'll give that a go and get back if I have no success, thanks

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