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Allow or Block Devices to Project to This PC in Windows 11

You can use the Projecting to this PC feature to have apps and content from another device show on your PC screen.

Projecting to this PC uses the Wireless Display app to wirelessly project (mirror) a phone, PC, or Android device to the screen on your PC, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other devices too.

When you project to your PC from a device, you can select to Always allow, Allow once, Block once, or Always block the device to connect when asked to project to this PC.

If you select¬†Always allow, the device gets added under¬†Allowed Devices¬†in the “Device Access List” for the¬†Wireless Display¬†app. If you set¬†Ask to project to this PC¬†to¬†First time only, then you will no longer get asked to project to your PC by¬†Allowed Devices¬†after the first time.

If you select¬†Always block, the device gets added under¬†Blocked Devices¬†in the “Device Access List” for the¬†Wireless Display¬†app.¬†Blocked Devices¬†will not be allowed to project to your PC.

This tutorial will show you how to allow or block devices to project to your PC for only your account in Windows 11.

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Enable or Disable Require PIN for Pairing when Projecting to this PC in Windows 11

If you‚Äôre working on a Windows PC and want the apps and content from another device to show on your PC screen, you‚Äôll want to consider mirroring that device‚Äės screen or projecting it to your PC.

The¬†Wireless Display¬†app allows other devices to wirelessly¬†project to this PC‘s screen, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other devices too.

You can never, first time, or always require a PIN for pairing when projecting to your PC.

This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable to require PIN for pairing when projecting to your Windows 11 PC.

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