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Access Local Drives From Remote Computer When Using Remote Desktop Connection

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For Windows administrators, Remote Desktop Connection is one the most valuable tool for their day to day tasks. It is a built-in tool in later Windows version that enable access to remote computers. Typically when sharing local drives for the remote computer to access, we use Windows sharing method. But such method would open the shared drive to other users in the same network as well. A better method is to forward these drives to be shared from the Remote Desktop Connection tool itself. To do that, just click the Options on the tool's main form. This will expand the Remote Desktop Connection tool. Next step is to click the Local Resources tab and then click More button. From the popup dialog, expand Drives from the available list and then tick each drive you would like to be shared as shown below.

Access Local Drives From Remote Computer When Using Remote Desktop Connection

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Easily Recover Accidentally Deleted Files With Kickass Undelete

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Are you banging your head in your computer because you accidentally deleted the only copy of your presentation? You don't have to that because you can still recover it. The first thing you have to remember when you deleted a file is do nothing and stop using your computer for any operation until your done recovering your deleted files. Using your computer for anything aside from recovery tool will only worsen the situation because another data may be written over your deleted data. One easy recovery tool is Kickass Undelete. It is a portable and opensource software for Windows that can easily retrieve recoverable files. Its usages is simple, select the drive which contains the deleted files from the left pane, and click Scan button to start scanning for deleted files. Once the scanning is complete, you can check any scanned files from the result list and click Restore Files button to start the restoration.

Easily Recover Accidentally Deleted Files With Kickass Undelete

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Transfer Files From One Computer To Another That Has Different OS With Transfer-On-Lan

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To transfer files from one computer to another on a network when the computers are under the same operating system is a piece of cake. But doing it on different platforms is a bit challenging. To help you easily solve such obstacle, you can use Transfer-On-Lan. It is a file transfer tool that can run on any OS as long as java is installed. To use it, you need to install Transfer On LAN on all the machines that require sharing files. When running the app for the first time, head over to Preferences tab to specify User name, Destination, Avatar image and Sound. From the Users tab, you'll see all the computers that you have installed Transfer-On-Lan. Right click one of them and click Send to start transferring files. The other computer will get prompt to accept the transfer. Click Yes to begin transferring folders/files.

Transfer Files From One Computer To Another That Has Different OS With Transfer-On-Lan

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