Connect to LogMeIn host computers in your LogMeIn account from
your PC or Mac directly using the LogMeIn Client desktop app.
Connect to any computer that meets these conditions:
LogMeIn host software
must be installed and running on the host
The host must be turned on
The host must be connected
to the Internet
The host must not be in
Sleep mode or Hibernation mode
Tip: Wake on LAN is only available from LogMeIn.com
The host must not already
be controlled by another LogMeIn user
Note: Multiple users can connect to a host
simultaneously; however, only a single remote user can control it. For example,
one user can control a computer while another uses
File Manager or
Launch the LogMeIn Client desktop app:
Option 1. Click
the LogMeIn system tray (or menu bar) icon and select
Connect to computers.
Option 2. Using
the Start menu or Finder, start the
Log in to your account
using your LogMeIn ID (email address) and password.
The computer list is displayed.
Click the computer you want to access and select an action.
Access and control remote computers
Transfer files between computers and more
Access remote computers in the background
Manage remote computers
View computer details
Tip: To connect to a specific computer automatically when
the LogMeIn Client starts, select the computer and the default action under
View > Options > General > Connect
LogMeIn will attempt to make a connection to the host. You
will be prompted to authenticate to the host.
Tip: You can set LogMeIn to securely
save your host username and password to the client computer from which you are
connecting. This will allow you to automatically authenticate when you next
connect from the same computer.
How to Set Up Automatic Authentication.
Log in to the computer using the
appropriate authentication method:
enter the username and password you would enter if you were sitting in front of
the host computer.
enter the Computer Access Code you created when you installed LogMeIn to the
Remember:Do not enter your LogMeIn ID and
password. This will result in Error 1326 or Error 5 (incorrect user name
Your session begins upon