Using whatever computer is currently available to you, you can establish a remote connection to your home computer. You can use your apps, files and network.
With Remote Desktop Connection, you can connect to a computer running Windows from another computer running Windows that's connected.
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Windows Remote Desktop is among the most common. You can also use Secure Shell to open a command line connection or other proprietary.
Once resources are shared from one computer, other Windows computers can use DOS (through the "cmd" program) to map those shared resources to local.
First off you need to share some folder on the remote computer. If you don't do this the security programs in Windows will simply refuse to connect. If there's.
Checkout the MS tool psexec (used to be sysinternals). From: http://technet. echographapp.com Usage: psexec.
If you want to connect to network share on the remote computer, use this: The device will have a one-letter name, and the command will tell.