The solution is simple, to check for the remote support on with Window-7 Starter, Pro Ultimate and Enterprise!
To allow another windows or mac computer to connect to your windows 7 PC using Remote Desktop Connection, you must allow the remote connection by choosing the appropriate setting on the Remote tab in System Properties. To open this, follow these steps when the Remote-Support is not activated!
Windows 7 » "Start" » » "Control Panel" » » » "System"
|(Image-1) Is remote support Window-7 Enable!|
Click Remote Settings and Allow connections (... see Image-2 Point 1 to 4)
|(Image-2) Remote support enabler on Window-7 Starter!|
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In the left pane, click Remote settings. Administrator permission required If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
The following information will help you decide which setting to choose:
Select Don’t allow connections to this computer to prevent anyone from connecting to your computer using Remote Desktop or RemoteApp.
Select Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop to allow people using any version of Remote Desktop or RemoteApp to connect to your computer. This is a good choice if you don't know the version of Remote Desktop Connection that other people are using, but it is less secure than the third option.
Select Allow connections only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication to allow people with computers running versions of Remote Desktop or RemoteApp with Network Level Authentication to connect to your computer. This is the most secure choice if you know that the people who will connect to your computer are running Windows 7 on their computers. (In Windows 7, Remote Desktop uses Network Level Authentication.)
FAQ 120: Updated on: May 17th 2018 22:44