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Remote control is on the network from one computer (host Remote / Client) remote to control another computer (host Host / server) technology. Computer remote control technology, began in the DOS era. Remote control of these networks generally support the following way: LAN, WAN, dial-up Internet mode. In addition, some remote control software also supports serial, parallel, infrared port to control the remote machine (however, here that the remote computer, only a limited distance within the scope of a computer).
IT:Network:Microsoft Server 1 Page: 1 of 3 Remote Server Administration September 21, 2010 Remote Desktop In this portion of the lab, you will configure your server for Remote Administration. This same procedure can be duplicated on Windows 7. 1. From your Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, open up and administrative command prompt. 2. In the command prompt type netstat –an > c:\ports.txt and then hit enter. a. This will redirect the output of the netstat command to a text file named ports.txt. 3. Leave the command prompt screen open 4. Using Notepad, open up the file c:\ports.txt 5. Search for 0.0.0.0:3389 in the output. Can you find it? 6. Open up Control Panel, and double click on the System icon. 7. In the upper right corner, click on Remote Settings 8. Check the radio button to Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure) 9. Click the Select Users button and select the user account that you logged in as. 10. Click Ok. 11. Return to the command prompt and type netstat –an > c:\portsrdp.txt 12. Using Notepad.exe, open the file c:\portsrdp.txt 13. Search the output for 0.0.0.0:3389. What does this signify? a. If you have this in your output, your system is now able to receive Remote Desktop connections.If you don’t have it, ask the instructor for assistance. 14. Switch to your Windows 7 machine and open up Remote Desktop Connection. You will need to type the IP address of your server to connect. Type in the address and click Connect. Was your connection successful? 15. After open Windows Explorer and see if you have your Remote drives. 16. Log off from your session open remote desktop connection and click on options. 17. Click on Local Resources and then click more and check your C drive. 18. Connect again, and open explorer and see if you have any remote drives available. This will allow you to push/pull files through your session. Verify if this is the current Reference: http://support.microsoft.com Check Master at http://network.nwtc.edu/mteske IT:Network:Microsoft Server 1 Page: 2 of 3 Remote Server Administration September 21, 2010 Remote Assistance Remote Assistance allows a person to take control of your desktop. It is not installed on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2. It is a feature that needs to be added. 1. Launch Server Manager. 2. Click on Features and click on the Add Features link on the right side. 3. Select Remote Assistance in the Add Features wizard‐see below. 4. Click Next and then Install. 5. Once the feature is added, return to your remote settings (see above) and check the box to Allow Remote Assistance connections to this computer. 6. Click on the Advanced button and verify the Allow this computer to be controlled remotely is selected. Sending a Remote Assistance Request 1. Click Start‐>Run and type msra and press Enter. 2. Click Invite someone you trust to help you (see below) 3. Click Save this invitation as a file and save the invitation to your Common share you created in lab 2. 4. It automatically generates a password that you must give to your partner. You can print it off if necessary. 5. At this point, you can have your partner attempt to access your invitation by typing the UNC to your share a. Type \\partnerservername\common in the address bar b. You may have to authenticate to their system. Verify if this is the current Reference: http://support.microsoft.com Check Master at http://network.nwtc.edu/mteske IT:Network:Microsoft Server 1 Page: 3 of 3 Remote Server Administration September 21, 2010 6. Your partner should double click on the invitation. 7. Provide your partner with the password. 8. Allow your partner to have access to your desktop. 9. Note that you can chat with the remote assistance user during this session. 10. Time permitting, repeat this exercise by accessing your partners desktop. Windows Remote Management Service (WinRM) WinRM allows you to run command‐line commands against a remote machine when enabled. 1. WinRm must be enabled first, this can be accomplished by opening a command prompt and typing: C:\>WinRM quickconfig 2. Accept the changes by typing Y. 3. Attempt to connect to your server from your Windows 7 machine by opening a command prompt and typing: a. C:\>WinRS –r:yourservername Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) 1. On your Windows 7 machine, do a Bing search for Remote Administration Tools for Windows 7. You should have a result including the following: a. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=7d2f6a d7‐656b‐4313‐a005‐4e344e43997d&displaylang=en 2. Download the 64 bit version and install. 3. Open your Administrative Tools (do you need to allow your taskbar to display it?) a. It can also be accessed through Control Panel b. On your own Using what you have learned, configure your Window 7 machine for Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance and try to establish connections using both methods. Verify if this is the current Reference: http://support.microsoft.com Check Master at http://network.nwtc.edu/mteske
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