In this post, I’ll walk you through step by step on how you can wake up your computer from anywhere and then establish a remote connection.
If you’re a techie and just want to watch play by play, here are the 7 steps you need to take to make sure you can wake up and access your PC. If you’re unclear on any of these steps, I’ll walk you through each one with examples.
How to set up Wake on LAN
To set up Wake on LAN in Windows 10/11, do the following:
Press Win key + X and click in Device Manager
Expand the Network Adapters menu and find your PCIe/Ethernet controller. Right-click on it and select «Properties»
Navigate to the Power Management tab and enable all the checkboxes. Make sure «wake computer» and «Allow only one magic packet to wake computer» are checked
. After that, go to the Advanced tab. Scroll down the list of options under the properties windows. Find the «Wake on Magic Packet» option and enable it in the «Value» dropdown menu. Finally, click OK to save the changes
Finally, restart your PC to enable Wake on LAN function on your Windows 10/11 PC
Correct settings of your system
Remote Desktop Software provides an easy-to-use platform for sending magic packets to activate devices. However, there are some settings that need to be adjusted beforehand, so that Wake-on-LAN can be used successfully. To enable Wake-on-LAN via AnyDesk on the target machine, you must ensure that:
There is at least one additional AnyDesk device online on the sleeping machine’s network.
Wake-On-LAN is enabled in the AnyDesk settings of the sleeping client.
The remote machine’s operating system and hardware are configured to support Wake-on-LAN (must be enabled in motherboard BIOS, compatible network card and operating system required) compatible).
The remote device needs power.
Wake-on-LAN over local area network
These tools will allow you to send the magic packet and start another computer on your local network.
1. Nirsoft WakeMeOnLan
Users often complain about the following problems:
Waiting for the image.
This desktop is not available. Make sure AnyDesk is running on the remote computer and is connected to the Internet.
AnyDesk is not connected to the server. Please check your internet connection.
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