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Setting Up Remote Desktop on Your Windows 7 Home Network

Type the usernames of anyone you want to allow access to your computer via Remote Desktop. Click the Check Names button to verify that the account names exist on your computer, and then click OK.

The Remote Desktop Users dialog box appears again, with the usernames added to the list box.

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