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If need to access the device of your client,just follow the steps.

we take cd rom for eg to access.

1.right click the drive there you see "sharing and security"
2.click on the and enable share as cd rom.and give maximum allowed.
3.then from your system.Run->ip of the machine->enter.
4.it shows all the share file of the client machine

if want access remote desktop

1.enable the remote desktop connection in the remote machine
2.in RUN type MSTSC the remote desktop connection will popup.
3the type the ip of the client machine

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