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Sometimes users may find that remotely connecting to a PC quite difficult. The steps listed below show how to connect, and configure, their PC so that remote desktop will be accessible. Make sure that you are the Local Admin on the machine. NOTE : Off-campus connections will require VPN to securely connect. For articles regarding off-campus connectivity, see...
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Allow Access to Use Remote Desktop Connection Before Remote Desktop can be used, permission has to be granted to the specific accounts that you would like to Allow to connect to your computer remotely. This is typically done on your Office Computer . 1. Click the Start ...
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How to Back up Files: 1. Click the Start button at the bottom left of your screen and then select Settings.
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To Choose How Updates are Installed: 1. Click the Start button at the bottom left of your screen.
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Flushing the DNS is useful in the removal of bad caches, since the flush completely removes all the information stored within the cache. To Flush the DNS Cache: 1.At the bottom left corner, type ' cmd ' in the Start menu's search bar , and press Enter .
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Editing the Registry in Windows 10: Once in a while, the user may find it necessary to edit the registry to change Windows 10 configuration. NOTE : Before any registry editing, make sure to back up all entries within the registry. 1. Open...
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Windows 10 allows the user to add more than one time zone to the clock feature in the taskbar. To Adjust the Date / Time in Windows 1. Right click the time and date, in the bottom right corner and select Adjust Date and Time.
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Windows 10 should automatically be able to detect wireless networks if any are available. To Find Wireless Networks in Windows 10: 1. Select the Connection tool in the bottom right corner of the desktop.
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To Launch Command Prompt as Administrator: 1. Click the Windows 10 Start Menu (hitting the Windows key on the keyboard if not already there). 2. Type cmd on the keyboard which will bring up the Windows 10 search.
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To Open Command Prompt as an Administrator: 1. Right-click on the Windows button in the taskbar.
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