What is Remote Desktop Protocol or RDP and How to Use It

What is RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol)?

The Remote Desktop Protocol is a featured windows-based operating system that can be found in the series Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and other latest Windows Series RDP is useful for controlling remote computers.

For example, if you want to see and use a computer that is outside the country you live in, you can remote RDP on your computer, and you can do any activity with an RDP computer even up to 24 hours non-stop.

RDP Function

There are several functions that RDP has that should you know :

  • RDP is used for those of you who need a high internet speed, min 100Mbps Up to 1Gbps, even more, depending on what you rent.
  • With high-speed RDP, you can download and upload from websites with large capacities.
  • With RDP you can run BOT for your website needs without burdening your server and any more.

To be able the enjoy the features, you must first purchase an RDP service that is widely sold on the internet.

Use RDP For Windows

As described earlier the Remote Desktop Protokol software is already available on Windows, to use it you can open it in Start Menu, for those who don't know how to use RDP from Windows OS.

How To Enable RDP on Windows :

  1. Open the Start Menu 'Search' and find 'Remote Dekstop Protokol'.
  2. If it appears select 'Remote Desktop Connection'.
  3. Then the pop-up has opened enter IP 'Connect' and enter the 'Username' and 'Password'.
  4. Wait for the process to connect to RDP.
  5. If you are logged in then it will look like this. 

You can use it like a normal computer. For blog traffic, bandwidth, and others, it can be done from the RDP server.

Benefits Of Remote Desktop Protocol

Having an RDP, there are indeed many benefits that you will get :

1. Faster and More Stable Internet Connection

RDP has advantages in internet speed, you can customize the package you rent the faster the internet connection more expensive it is.

2. Download and Upload Data To be a Faster

The internet speed that RDP has is unquestionable. For example, if you migrate a website with a data size of up to 100GB, with RDP this server move won't take long, you just need to log in to the hosting account via RDP. 

3. Always-On 24 Hours

For those of you who use BOT or Tools and must always active RDP can be one solution. But, there are activities that are prohibited when using Remote Desktop Protocol such as mining, shared vps, hacking, cracking, and others which can cause the server to down. Thank you for visiting our blog.

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