|19 Aug 2010||#1|
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Remote Desktop/Remote Control question
I have a laptop and a desktop and remote desktop works just fine between them. I installed a hack to allow multiple sessions on the desktop (so I can use it without logging it out) and it works great. There are times however when i want to remote control my desktop's session (open task manager > users > right click > remote control) and it comes as a great annoyance that I have to click accept on the desktop in order to make this happen. Is there a way to disable this invitation/prompt? I've checked through all my settings and haven't found anything so far.
Windows 7 Professional 64 bit on both machines.
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