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- Published on Wednesday, 14 November 2012 06:24
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You can use the MSTSC command to remote desktop to a remote (host) computer. Follow these simple steps.
1. Click Start
2. Type MSTSC, and then hit enter key.
3. On the box, Type the name or ip address of the remote computer.
4. Click Connect.
Here are the MSTSC syntax and other parameters that you can use.
mstsc.exe [<Connection File>] [/v:<Server>[:<Port>]] [/admin] [/f] [/w:<Width> /h:<Height>] [/public] [/span]
mstsc.exe /edit <Connection File>
Specifies the name of an .rdp file for the connection.
Specifies the remote computer and, optionally, the port number to which you want to connect.
Connects you to a session for administering the server.
Starts Remote Desktop Connection in full-screen mode.
Specifies the width of the Remote Desktop window.
Specifies the height of the Remote Desktop window.
Runs Remote Desktop in public mode. In public mode, passwords and bitmaps are not cached.
Matches the Remote Desktop width and height with the local virtual desktop, spanning across multiple monitors if necessary.
/edit <Connection File>
Opens the specified .rdp file for editing.
Migrates legacy connection files that were created with Client Connection Manager to new .rdp connection files.
Displays help at the command prompt.
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