How to login into server?

Open Run type “MSTSC” Or search for Remote Desktop Connection

We also use RDMAN (Remote Desktop Manager) to add servers in a group and login into them. This is an extra software that we need to download and install in our system.

Like we have Name & Phones have phone numbers, every server will have IP Address. In Realtime servers will be also called as Machine, Host, Node, Box etc..

To log in to a Windows Server, you can follow these steps:

1. Open the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) application: On your local computer, open the Remote Desktop Connection application. You can typically find it by searching for "Remote Desktop Connection" in the Start menu.

2. Enter the server's IP address or hostname: In the Remote Desktop Connection window, enter the IP address or hostname of the Windows Server you want to connect to. You may need to obtain this information from your system administrator or IT department.

3. Click "Connect": Click the "Connect" button to initiate the remote desktop session to the Windows Server.

4. Enter login credentials: In the Remote Desktop Connection window, you will be prompted to enter your login credentials. Provide the username and password associated with your Windows Server account. If you have been provided with a domain or specific domain credentials, enter them accordingly.

5. Verify and confirm the connection: After entering your login credentials, click the "OK" or "Connect" button to establish the remote desktop connection to the Windows Server.

6. Accept any security prompts: If this is your first time connecting to the server, you may be prompted to accept a security certificate or provide additional credentials for authentication. Follow the prompts and provide the necessary information to proceed with the connection.

7. Wait for the connection to be established: The Remote Desktop Connection application will establish a connection to the Windows Server. Once the connection is established, you should see the Windows Server desktop on your local computer screen.

8. Interact with the Windows Server: You can now interact with the Windows Server as if you were physically present at the machine. You can run applications, access files, configure settings, and perform other tasks based on your permissions and privileges.

It's important to note that you need appropriate permissions and credentials to log in to a Windows Server. Make sure you have the necessary authorization and consult with your system administrator or IT department if you encounter any issues or require further assistance.

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