Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Sharing Files from your Remote Desktop Server to your windows server


Hello Guys,

In this tutorial we will be telling you that how to share files from your computer with your server using the options in Remote Desktop. You knows very well that we can also use File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to transfer files, however the FTP method is insecure since FTP passwords are sent in plain text. Moreover using FTP, you must need to configure FTP settings, create users and much more...
So by below procedure you can transfer files securely through the Remote Desktop session with minimal configuration.

Step 1

Launch Remote Desktop Connection program on your computer by opening "run" through start menu.

Type "mstsc" in run.



Step 2

After opening "mstsc", click "Options" in left hand below corner.


Step 3
After following above steps then Select the "Local Resources" tab.

Step 4
Expand Drivers list

Step 5
Check the box next to the drive(s) on your PC that contain(s) the files you want to transfer to the server. Click the OK button when finished.


Step 6
Then click the connect button as you normally would supplying your username and password to log on to the server. 

Open up Windows Explorer or My Computer and you will your computer's drive(s) listed along with the server's drives. You can now copy and paste or drag and drop files from your PC to the drives on your server. 


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