If you have a remote computer and you want to transfer files to and from the Remote Desktop in Windows 11 or Windows 10, here is how you can do that. It is possible to gain access to the local resources with the help of this step-by-step guide. In order to transfer files to and from Remote Desktop in Windows 11 and Windows 10, you need to use the Devices and Resources in a Remote Desktop session. This guide helps you to set things up so that you can make file transfer possible on your computer.
How to Transfer Files to and from Remote Desktop in Windows 11/10
To transfer files to and from Remote Desktop in Windows 11/10, follow these steps:
- Search for remote desktop connections in the Taskbar search box.
- Click on the search result.
- Click on the Show Options.
- Switch to the Local Resources tab.
- Click on the More button.
- Tick the Drives checkbox.
- Click the OK button.
- Go to the General tab.
- Enter the IP address and user name.
- Click the Connect button.
- Open the File Explorer to find the drive.
To learn more about these steps, continue reading.
To get started, you need to open the Remote Desktop Connection panel first. For that, search for remote desktop connection in the Taskbar search box and click on the individual search result.
After it is opened on your screen, click on the Show Options button and switch to the Local Resources tab.
Following that, head to the Local devices and resources section and click on the More button. Next, tick the Drives checkbox. From here, it is possible to select a specific drive as well. For that, expand the Drives section and choose the drive you want to share in the Remote Desktop session.
Once done, click the OK button and go to the General tab. Here you need to enter the Logon settings. In other words, you need to enter the IP address and username.
Once you click the Connect button, you can open the File Explorer and find the drives under the Redirected drives and folders section.
You can copy any file to this folder to share it with the remote user. Similarly, if you want to transfer a file from another Remote Desktop computer to your computer, you need to perform the same steps on that remote computer.
How do I transfer files from Remote Desktop to Windows 11/10 locally?
To transfer files from Remote Desktop to Windows 11 or Windows 10, you need to follow the aforementioned guide. As said earlier, you need to use the Local devices and resources. It is recommended to go through the entire guide as mentioned here to get things done.
How do I transfer files from Remote Desktop to my computer?
To transfer files from a Remote Desktop to your computer, you can follow this article. Here is how you can transfer any file from or to Remote Desktop. Whether you use Windows 11 or Windows 10, the process is the same on both versions of Windows.