Concurrent Remote Users in Windows 7 Professional 64 bit Thursday, Jul 22 2010 

  1. Download appropriate files from http://www.missingremote.com/images/stories/Win7RDP/Win7RDP.zip
  2. Extract the files from the zip folder.
  3. Back up your termsrv.dll under C:\Windows\System32.
  4. Right click install.cmd and select “Run as Administrator” from the extracted folder.
  5. Boom.. login to your computer locally using one user and remote desktop to same computer using another user.

 

Acknowledgement:
http://www.missingremote.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3692&Itemid=232

Configure Wireless Router to Allow Remote Desktop Thursday, Mar 30 2006 

In this article, I am going to discuss how to access your computer via Remote Desktop over the internet.

Steps:

  1. Allow your computer to use Remote Desktop.
    Right click My Computer -> Properties -> Remote -> Check Allow users to connect remotely to this computer under Remote Desktop.
  2. Configure the wireless router.
    Connect to router's web interface and login.
    Click Virtual Servers under Firewall.
    Add entry for Remote Desktop.
    Inbound port: 3389-3389
    Type: TCP
    Private IP address: XP Pro desktop's IP address
    Private port: 3389-3389
  3. Subscribe to dyndns.org so that you can access your router using domain name
    or
    type the IP address of Remote PC in on client
    Remote Desktop Connection.