When I connect to a remote computer using Windows Remote Desktop Connection, how can I access files on that remote desktop from my local Windows Explorer? I'm looking for the opposite of what you can configure in Remote Desktop Connection > Options > Local Resources > More.
I don't think RDP supports such a feature. What would I do?
I would set up an FTP server and connect to it, then you wouldn't need to even RDP.
Better yet, I'd set up an SSH server: http://lifehacker.com/#!205090/geek-to-live--set-up-a-personal-home-ssh-server
Then, I'd get dokan sshfs http://dokan-dev.net/en/download/
This way, the remote computer's drive would be mapped and ready to work with on my local computer.
Yes you can. Communication can be two way: