This guide shows you how to use RemoteApp Tool 220.127.116.11 to create a RemoteApp on a HOST computer and then use the app remotely from a CLIENT computer.
In this scenario we create a RemoteApp for the software GIMP 2 which is installed on the HOST computer. The CLIENT computer will run GIMP 2 remotely. Both computers are on the same local network.
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1. Enable Remote Desktop (HOST)
Remote Desktop can be enabled from Remote tab in the System Properties window.
You can get to System Properties in a different ways, depending on your operating system.
Start Menu > Right-click My Computer > Click Properties > Click the Remote tab
Start Menu > Right-click Computer > Click Properties > Click Remote settings
Windows 8.1 & 10
Right-click Start Menu > Click System > Click Remote settings
Once there, select Allow remote connections to this computer.
2. Open RemoteApp Tool and create a RemoteApp (HOST)
Click the + (plus) button to create a new RemoteApp.
4. Create Client Connection file (HOST)
- Click the RemoteApp
- Click Create Client Connection...
5. Confirm details and click Create... (HOST)
You may change the Server address to the IP address of your host computer if you have connection problems on the client later.