Restarting Windows® 7 via Remote Desktop
Get to know more about steps to restart Windows 7 via Remote Desktop
Windows 7 Remote Desktop Restart is a method that helps you to connect your PC that has Windows 7 to any remote desktop. If you would like to connect to your work computer from home, and your desktop work computer is running Windows 7, then you will need to set up your work computer to allow you to access data from your office. It is necessary that your office computer is on so that you can connect the home computer to the office computer to access the necessary data. For this you have to select the 'Allow remote access' option from Control Panel from the System category and then select 'select users' option and add your user id. Click on 'Start' button and point to 'All programs', then point to 'Accessories' and then click on 'Remote Desktop Connection'. In the computer window, type the name of your office computer. Then click on the 'Connect' button which will display a logon to Windows dialog box where you need to type your username, password and the domain. The Remote Desktop will open and then you can access the information from your home computer to your office computer which will be locked so that no one can access it other than you.
Following are the common issues that can occur while restarting Windows 7 via Remote desktop:
- Less Memory Capacity
- Network Failure
- Remote Computer Not found
Less Memory Capacity
While trying to restart Windows 7 via remote desktop for accessing data from your office or home there are chances that you may be unable to connect to remote computer. This may be due to less memory capacity that creates difficulty in restarting your Windows 7 system. For this you need to close all the running programs and try to connect again.
While trying to restart Windows 7 via a Remote computer you should keep in mind that the computer to which you need the access must be on so that network failure does not occur. You should make sure that the Ethernet cable is plugged into your network adaptor and your computer's wireless switch is on so that any error does not occur.
When you try to restart Windows 7 via a remote desktop there may be an error that shows you cannot find the remote computer. When this error occurs you need to ask the administrator of the remote computer to verify the computer name so that you can connect and make sure that you entered the correct name. If you are unable to get connection even by entering the computer name, you should try to use the IP address of the remote computer.
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