I have been trying to log on remotely from a Windows 7 Professional machine into my personal machine that is also running Windows 7 Professional on the same network. Following is some setup points. 1) My personal/host computer is assigned a static IP address 2) I can ping my personal computer from the other computer successfully 3) I have set up to allow remote logon/access. 4) I have made sure the firewall is allowing remote logon and other remote access passthroughs that are required 5) I have set up my administrator user account with a password 6) Checked the name of my computer using ipconfig 7) Reset my user password (for fun) and can logon to my machine locally without any problem I have checked, double checked, triple tested everything and I know that this should work because I have set up another machine on the network with identical setup parameters and it works just fine (different user and password, etc.). When I go to the other machine on our network that has Windows 7 Premium installed and access the Remote Desktop Client, I type in the 10.0.0.12 which is my static IP address and the name of my computer and it asks me for a password. The correct name of my computer obviously shows (I told it that previously) and when I press enter it appears to find my personal machine because it throws up the special bar at the top of the screen showing the 10.0.0.12 and then it gives me the response "The username or password is incorrect". Not sure how I can have the wrong username and password when I logon to the machine daily with it without any problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated, and thanks in advance.