Remote Desktop Connection on Windows 7
To be able on accessing a computer elsewhere, windows is already provides the Remote Desktop Connection program. Here is a tutorial on how to enable and Set Remote Desktop Windows 7.
To change the settings for Remote Desktop in Windows 7 go to Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > System, and then click Remote Setting.
Then on the Remote Desktop select Allow Connection from computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure) so that the computer can be remotely by all versions of Windows (XP, Vista, server), if you select the Allow connection only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication (more secure) then this computer can only be accessed from Windows Vista, 7 and Windows Server 2008.
Be sure to select a user account that has the authorization to perform remote desktop by clicking the Select User button, and make sure that you select a user account that has a password (the password should not be empty).
After the setting on computer that you want to remote is finished, now let’s try to remote from another computer (Windows 7). In most versions of Windows 7 and other Windows, Remote Desktop shortcut is in the Start menu >All Programs > Accessories > Remote Desktop Connection, or you can just type at search programs and files form.
You will be presented with text box for input the name of the computer you want to remote. Enter the computer name / ip address that you want to remote, and then click Connect then we will connect to the computer, and Windows will prompt the user login account that we already have registered earlier.
That is all the tutorial how to setup remote desktop on windows 7.