RDP stands for Remote Desktop Protocol. It was developed by Microsoft to provide users a graphical interface to another computer. With RDP, you can access your computer from any location as long as you have a steady Internet connection. You can even carry your sound remotely if you wish. If you don't want the sound, you can disable the RDP audio driver.
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Open the Start menu and select "All Programs." Click "Accessories" and then select "Communications." Select "Remote Desktop Connection." Please note that you will only find this option if you have a existing remote desktop connection.
Select the tab labelled "Local Resources."
Click "Settings." You will find this right below "Remote Audio."
Select the option "Do not play" under the subheading "Remote audio playback."
Click "Apply" and select "OK."
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