Feb 162008
 


Windows 2000, Windows XP,windows vista and Windows Server 2003 all support Remote Desktop. This allows users on a remote computer to connect to your computer and access resources . If you don’t want to use Remote Desktop, you should disable this option to increase security on your computer.

For windows XP/2003 Users

Right click My Computer on your desktop and click Properties. Select the Remote tab and remove the check beside the Allow users to connect remotely to this computer option. Once you Click OK, users will no longer be able to connect to your computer

For windows 2000 users

Go to Start, then Control Panel, double click the System icon and then press the Remote tab.and remove the check beside the Allow users to connect remotely to this computer option. Once you Click OK, users will no longer be able to connect to your computer

For Windows Vista Users

Right click Computer on your desktop and click Properties.Once it opens you need to click on Advanced settings now you need to click on remote tab selct don’t allow connections to this computer click ok

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  One Response to “Disable remote desktop connections in Vista/XP/2003/2000”

  1. On Windows 2000 there’s no Remote tab in System dialog…

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