- On Windows Start menu, select All Programs -> Accessories -> Remote Desktop Connection.
- On the dialog, click on the Options button.
- Select the Local Resources tab.
- Click the More... button at the bottom Local devices and resources section.
- On the new dialog, expand the Drives item.
- Select the drives we want to be visible to the remote desktop. Click OK button to close the dialog.
- Click Connect button to login to the remote desktop.
- After login, the local drive can be found at the Network place on the remote desktop. We can drag and drop files from or to it.
Saturday, June 20, 2015
In order to copy files from the local drive to the remote desktop or vice versa, we make the local drive available as a network drive on the remote desktop. To do that, follow these steps when logging in to the remote desktop.