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Setting Up Remote Desktop on Your Windows 7 Home Network

From the Remote tab, select Allow Connections Only from Computers Running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication (More Secure). Click Select Users.

If you will be connecting to this computer using a version of Windows other than Windows 7 (for example, Windows XP or Windows 2003), select Allow Connections from Computers Running Any Version of Remote Desktop (Less Secure); then click Select Users.

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