Using a remote desktop connection is now standard practice for many employees. The ability to access an outside server is now essential for primitive support professions and for using Microsoft terminal services. But it is also possible to use this type of program at HPE ProLiant ML30 Gen10, to access quickly and comfortably its external office.
However, their installation is not so easy: that’s why there is a range of tools for remote offices, designed to simplify this step. What exactly is a remote desktop connection? And what are the practical alternatives available?
What Does Remote Office Mean?
The English term remote desktop means remote desktop. Both ends are commonly used in French. A remote desktop connection connects an individual computer (the client) to other networks (the server). As long as the technical specifications and requirements are met, the user can create a remote desktop session from almost anywhere. He thus obtains, according to the authorizations, complete access to the remote computer. We can imagine how it works: while being comfortable at home with his private computer, you can access all the programs, files and network resources of his desktop, as if you were at his workplace.
Requirements For Establishing A Remote Desktop Connection
To create a remote desktop connection in your HPE ProLiant DL20 Gen10, you must first consider several technical components. For a remote connection to be successful, the computer must be connected to the Internet or the same network. It must be ensured that the server is active and has a working network connection. Also, make sure to join the remote desktop to the server. Also, check that you can access the network in question from outside and that you have rights to create a remote desktop connection. Finally, make sure to be registered as a remote user and have the password required to establish the relationship.
Instructions To Install A Remote Desktop
Microsoft offers remote desktop users a suitable network protocol, the remote desktop protocol (RDP). The RDP is somehow controlling tool terminal services Microsoft (Remote Desktop Services) and ensures the implementation of Remote Desktop commands. It controls both the client terminal and the server terminal, and thus controls the transmission of screen content, as well as keyboard and mouse data. It is therefore not necessary to use a Windows server.