Friday, 11 September 2015

Enable Remote Desktop on Windows Home Editions


For a long time you had to have the Professional or Enterprise Editions of Windows in order to access the computer using Remote Desktop. Now, thanks to a couple of committed developers, we can enable RDP functionality on Windows Home Editions as well!.

Please note, I tested this on Windows 10 Single Language, but it should work for 8/8.1,7 and Vista

Step 1:

Download the latest RDP Wrapper Library from: https://github.com/binarymaster/rdpwrap/releases

Step 2:

Extract the zip file using your favourite unzipping program, I like 7zip!

Step 3:

Open the folder, and right click on install, then select, "Run as administrator"

Click Ok when in the user account control window.

You should now see the installation status window:
Press any key to exit.

You should now be able to connect to this computer remotely!

RDPWrap also gives some extra options if your run RDPConf.exe



4 comments:

  1. but if in there setting of listener state showing "not listening".. how to solve..
    Please suggest the solution.

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  2. Same here...Home edition not listening, even after released RDP 3389 port or disabled firewall

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