Press Win+X, this opens a menu, select Control Panel in the menu.
Click Start button > Control Panel.
In Control Panel click System and Security > System, in the left pane, click Remote Settings.
The Xtralogic RDC supports Network Level Authentication (NLA),
so you can choose the "Allow connections only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication (more secure)" option.
Alternatively, if you plan to access this computer with legacy RDP clients without NLA support, you can select the other less secure allow option.
A user account that will be used to connect to Remote Desktop has to be allowed to do that. If the user account is a member of the Administrators group it is already allowed
to connect and you can skip this step, otherwise click Select Users and click Add button.
Enter a user name and click OK button.
Click OK button.
Go to Add or remove user accounts.
Click on the user name. If you see Create Password in the options list, it means that the account does not have a password.
Click Create Password and follow instruction to create a password.