HOW TO ENABLE REMOTE DESKTOP
WINDOWS SETUP FOR REMOTE DESKTOP
Click on Start button
then open Control Panel
-> System and Security to select the System applet.
right click on Computer icon and select Properties on right click contextual menu.
Click on the Remote settings link in the left task pane.
Access Remote Settings in Windows
You will see “System Properties” window with Remote tab selected.
Enable Remote Desktop
Select the radio button of either Allow connections from computer running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure)
or Allow remote connections to this computer with optional Allow connections only from computer running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication (recommended).
If you’re using a Remote Desktop Connection client bundled in Windows Vista or later to initiate the Remote Desktop session,
you can safely select the recommended more secure option.
If you’re using older OS such as Windows XP or Windows 2000, do not select the “Network Level Authentication” option.
See below note for more details.
If prompted with dialog box reminding you that the computer is set to go to sleep or hibernation when not in use, the state that people cannot connect to it remotely, click OK.
UBUNTU SETUP FOR REMOTE DESKTOP
A couple of things to note…
Ubuntu has desktop sharing… by default…
Depending on the version of ubuntu you may have to search or it will just be blam right in your face some version of ubuntu from the ubuntu symbol and sometimes from the system settings you can find
REMOTE DESKTOP SHARING…
(FROM THERE YOU CAN CONFIGURE YOUR SETTINGS ENABLE, LOGIN, PASSWORD)…
REMOTE DESKTOP SHARING ADVANCED OPTIONS
to get remote desktop that works like its sopposed to
there are a couple of options…