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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Remote Screen sharing and conroling in windows without any software

I didn't compose this. I just copied and pasted. Am lazy most times :D . Here it goes :

Remote sharing is nowadays on its peak, people use remote sharing to provide live support or for sharing screens. Most of us always use third party software's for sharing or controlling remote systems using software's like Teamviewer or Radmin etc. Today i am going to teach you guys how to connect any two or as many as windows PC through remote without using any third party
tool like team viewer etc. So lets learn how to share‎ screens without any third party tool.As we all knows‎ Windows OS is full of hidden programs that are only  limited to developer or geeks. Today we are going to learn about MSRA (windows remote assistance) executable.‎ MSRA is windows inbuilt remote assistance program‎ using which you can control remote pc's, share remote screens, provide remote support and much more. Lets learn how to use MSRA for remote sharing.
Steps to Share or Control Remote PC using MSRA:

1. First of all click on startup and type command "MSRA"
 

2. Now you will see screen  having title
"Windows Remote Assistance" , there are two options
displayed:
Invite someone you trust to help you : Choose this
option if you want to share your screen with
someone.
Help someone who invited you : Choose this
option if you want to control someone others PC
remotely.
Click on Option a "Invite someone you trust to help you" to
share your screen:
Select shown option to continue
Once you click the above option 
panel with multiple options:
Options displayed for Windows remote assistance
Now you can see three different options :
Send this invitation as file : On clicking this option
you can save the invitation file and send it to
anyone from which you require help. After saving
the file another window will open containing the
password. You have to provide that password to
person whom you want to connect to your
machine.
Use email to send an invitation: You can send
invitation directly via email but it requires email
client on your machine to send email like outlook
etc.
Use Easy connect: Another method to directly
connect two PC is using Easy connect but this
require some basic settings at your routers end
i.e. If the computer has IPv6 disabled or is behind
a NAT router that blocks Teredo traffic, the Easy
Connect option will be unavailable.
Now once you have send the remote assistance invitation
file to user, he can connect to your PC by double clicking
the invitation file and then entering the password.
Note: You need to enable remote assistance service.


3. Help someone who invited you : By clicking this option
you can provide help to anyone who has done the above
task. You will need two things : Invitation file and
password to connect remote PC.
Woohooo… Did you know there is another smart option by
which you can directly connect to any PC using IP
address? If not, well lets learn that too. Yup we can also
provide windows remote assistance support using IP
address too. Here are options.
1. First of all click on startup and type command "MSRA"
and press enter.
2. Now you will see screen where two options are
displayed, Select "Help someone who invited you".
3. After that you will see some option, click on the bottom
one "Advanced connection option for help desk" as shown
below :
Select advanced connection option for help desk
After clicking option you see below panel to enter IP
address:
Enter IP address or computer name
After entering IP address press Next to connect to IP
address. That's all.
Hope you all enjoyed the learning. If you have any queries
ask me in form of comments.‎ 

Source:  ‎www.technotification.com/2014/02/remote-screen-sharing-and-conroling-in.html

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