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Absolutely! What I do is enable Local Drive Access then use robocopysource\\tsclient\shared_folder. You can also use a different UNC path if it's on the same network as the system you are connecting to. To view the shared folders you can access on the client computer (the one running the Remote Desktop Client), you can type NET VIEW \\TSCLIENT at the ...


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You can setup your RDP Client to automatically map local drives which will have your local drives show up in the remote session.


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If the machine is a Physical machine, then you first configure it's BIOS to allow wake-on-lan and just send it a WakeOnLan packet, using any other software (there are many free ones) and then separately RDP to it. If on the other hand they are Virtual Machines, then you have a problem. WOL relies on the NIC to do the wake, and in a VM you have virtual NICs ...


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Remote Desktop does not have any built-in remote wake-up capability. You will need to first use Wake-On-Lan to wake up the sleeping computer, before you can RDP to it. To enable WOL on your computer, the first step is to check the hardware : Your network card must support Wake-on-LAN Your power supply must support Wake-on-LAN Wake-on-LAN must be enabled ...


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You can save details of your RDP connection to your desktop (or where ever you want) Open the RDP Click Options Enter the remote location by computer (such as an IP address). Enter the user name (prefixing the domain first before a backslash) And then check the box to save password And then click save after entering your user name When you try to log ...


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Using Wake On Pattern would seem to be the way to go for this. As long as Wake On Lan is enabled in the BIOS as well as in Windows. I haven't done it myself, but I know that WOL can be done on Name Lookups as well as TCP SYN requests. This Microsoft KB doco specifies as much also. Assuming that you're connecting to an IP address and not a hostname, ...



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