Allow users to view a remote desktop connection

Running Windows 7 Pro on a peer to peer network. Computers P1 and P2 are on the peer to peer network. Files can be moved or copied easily from P1 to P2.

Assume a remote desktop connection is started on computer P1 to connect to computer P2. Remote desktop logs off the screen on computer P2. No one can see what I am doing on computer P2. I want to demonstrate how to do something on P2. What settings must be changed to allow my actions on P1 to be viewed on P2?



the Windows & doesn't allow you to do that , you have to use any third party remote assassinate software
try Team viewer its very good and easy to use



the Windows & doesn't allow you to do that , you have to use any third party remote assassinate software
try Team viewer its very good and easy to use



You could use built-in Windows 7 Remote Assistance. In your case, P1 would be the "assistant"



Logmein is another good tool that we use with clients and they can see what we are doing, or we can see what a server or application support consultant is doing.



Hi,

Team Viewer require Internet connectivity, you have to use remote assistance or VNC or any other remote desktop sharing solutions.

For remote assistance here you can find more details on how to use it:
How to Connect to Remote Assistance in Windows 7

Step-by-Step Guide to Remote Assistance

How to Use Windows 7 Remote Assistance Easy Connect to Easily Solve Computer Problems

Regards.

Salah



For that you don't use Remote Desktop Connection, but rather Remote Assistance. Remote Assistance also works on home versions of Windows 7, while Remote Desktop only works on Pro and upwards.

First you need to enable it (right click "Computer", select "Properties", "Remote Settings". Now enable "Remote Assistance".

After that, the user who wants remote assistance, can enter "remote assistance" in the search bar of the start menu, and invite the other user to help him. This invitation can be a file, email or easy connect, and with that the other user can then connect to that PC. Both users then see what happens.

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