The Remote Desktop Protocol is a proprietary network protocol from Microsoft for remote access to computers. It enables the transmission of graphic screen contents from a remote computer system and the provision of peripheral functions of a workstation.
So we will go through Some Normal Processes.
Open a Remote Desktop Connection.
- Windows 8: On the Start screen, type Remote Desktop Connection, and then click Remote Desktop Connection in the list of results.
- Windows 10: On the taskbar, click the search box and type Remote Desktop Connection. Then select the Remote Desktop Connection app.
- Now Click On Show Options. It will Expend More Options for You.
- Select the Local Resources (Windows 7 and 8) or Local Devices and Resources (Windows 10) tab and click More Option.
- In the drive overview, select the drives you need for your remote session.
Click on OK & Connect to your server.
- You can now access the mounted drives via Windows Explorer and copy or move files between drives as desired.
You have now opened a firewall port in Windows 10!