Windows XP help for re-installing Remote Assistance
Remote assistance is a feature available in most Windows operating systems. It enables users to allow others to remotely connect to your computer. This is very helpful especially when it comes to troubleshooting problems in your system. All you have to do is send an invitation to one of your friends, who is a techie, and he will be able to resolve the error, from wherever he/she is.
If you have accidently uninstalled this feature from your computer, you can easily get it back by following the instructions mentioned in this article.
Windows XP help instructions
What you find below are the instructions provided by the Windows XP help team for re-installing the Remote Assistance feature.
- First click on the Windows “Start” button.
- From the Start menu, click on “Settings”.
- Click on “Control Panel”.
- Continue by clicking on the “Add/Remove programs” option.
- From there, select the option labeled “Windows Components”.
- Mark the check box for remote desktop. If incase you want to install the web version of Remote Assistance, click on the “+” sign located next to
“Internet Information Services” and mark the check box labeled “Remote Desktop Web connection”.
- Hit the “Next” button to install the Remote Desktop feature. Once the installation process is complete, restart your computer.
- Now that the Remote Assistance feature is installed, you need to enable it for letting others connect to your computer.
- For enabling the Remote Assistance feature, click on the Windows “Start” button and once again open your Control Panel. This time select the icon titled “System”. A new window will open up displaying your system information.
- From there, go to the tab titled “Remote”. Mark the check box which says “Allow Remote Assistance invitations to be sent from this computer”. Hit the button labeled “Advanced”. Assign the amount of time in minutes up to which other users can connect to your computer.
- After that, mark the check box which says “Allow this computer to be controlled remotely”. This option will enable administrators to remotely connect to your computer and gain control.
- Finally hit the “Ok” button to save your settings.
That’s all with the instructions provided by Windows XP help team for re-installing the Remote Assistance feature.
Windows XP help to set up wireless connections
Setting up wireless network in Windows XP is not easy as you think. At the same time, it is not that difficult either. There are a set of tools in Windows XP that makes this possible. Before starting the procedure, the Windows XP help and support team asks you to purchase a wireless adapter and a wireless router. If you are using a modern computer, an adapter might be already installed in it.
Windows XP help and support guidelines to set up the connection
To begin with, install the routers and adapters on each computer you want to set up the connection. Now activate all systems on your network. Also activate your broadband modem. To advance to the next step, insert the Ethernet card into the router. Now simply follow the instructions provided by the company manufacturer to set up the router.
A pop up message will be displayed on the taskbar. Simply select the pop up message as soon as the wireless network is located. The network set up wizard is displayed. To proceed to the subsequent step, select the button labeled “Connect”. Sometimes you will be asked to enter the encryption password.
Then, select the button labeled “Next” after displaying the Network Setup Wizard. Locate the option “This computer connects to the Internet through
another computer on my network or through a residential gateway” and click on it. Now select the button stickered as “Next”.
To continue to the next step, locate the option “Let me choose the connections to my network” and select it. Again, click on the “Next” button at the end of the window.
Search for the “Wireless Network Connection” check box in the new window and select the same with your mouse pointer. Proceed to the bottom of the window and click on the button labeled “Next”. Now type a name and description for your system. Select the button labeled “Next”.
To advance to the next step, the Windows XP help and support experts insists you type a group name for your network. Now click on the button labeled “Next”. The process is almost over; you may click the “Finish” button after selecting the “Next” button.
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