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the ts manager on the server shows a connectquery but it never shows a user or client name. what doesn't work is the ability to see the local hard and floppy drives (well in fact it worked once but now doesn't work anymore)… i would like to know if What kind of bandwidth will this take from the claimed "Typical download speeds of 5–12 Mbps and upload speeds of 2–5 Mbps" that i (should) have available?  Just for clarification, are once you've completed your remote control session, you should log off from the remote computer, or go start > settings > system > memory > running programs > terminal services > his comment is here

i turned on remote enabling, i disabled my firewall (norton) although that shouldn't matter, chouldl it? if you have bandwidth to spare and are using software that requires audio, you can select the bring to this computer option. When you request a secure web page you are using port 443. I need to open the port 3389 for RD. https://forums.verizon.com/t5/Fios-Internet/Remote-Desktop-Connection-no-longer-working/td-p/211715

in the window that pops up, enter the ip address of the remote computer you want to connect to. this method would work from any computer, even if your forgot to bring your client with you on a disk. - by ramen or varalse? when connecting remotely, you need to add the port number after the ip address with a colon. i heard of some people getting one nice computer and remote desktoping into it from the older machines.

Try it. Staff Online Now crjdriver Moderator dvk01 Moderator eddie5659 Moderator etaf Moderator TerryNet Moderator valis Moderator OBP Trusted Advisor askey127 Malware Specialist Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking You need to go into IIS settings and change port 80 to something else. At work it is the same setup on DSL and it also assigns IP.

i am really just a home user with a need to have two connections at the same time, 1 local and 1 remote -or- 2 remote. once you've connected (see figure 10) you'll be able to interact with your desktop (guess who's face that is on my desktop wallpaper?). navigate tohkey_local_machine\system\currentcontrolset\control\terminalserver\licensing core.3. click to read more you can usually setup a custom port on the firewall, and forward to a different port on the computer - that will be something discussed in the documentation of your firewall.

i assume that it goes through the switch when it is run internaly. i typically start at 3389 and go up from there depending on how many computers i want to have access to: 3390, 3391, 3992, etc. this allows me to have all my port data information with me from not only my computers, but the computers of my clients as well. the paste option is grayed out.

the keyboard option should be left on the default of in full screen mode only, unless you're not planning on working in full-screen remote desktop. https://www.cnet.com/news/verizon-dsl-traffic-blocking-explained/ figure 3: finding the correct port number registry key to edit click start > run then type regedit. Again, a ping of the target computer failed, but so too, did pings of websites such as yahoo.com, cnet.com and cbs.com that normally respond to pings (not all websites do). you can e-mail me for further details at [email protected]

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the above describes the most typical scenarios, but there's one scenario that needs further explanation. this content you'll see a retro dos-looking box-this is the command prompt. when run there is a explorer window setup. customs to a printer connected to the desktop, and all works fine.

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i have a vpn set up to go to my office from my computer at home.

even when this is turned off, i cannot seem to get remote desktop to work. to install do start->run->conf then follow the instructions. and go onto my comp.

They rely on security software on the computers of their customers.

see which scenario most closely matches your set up: if you're connected directly to the internet with your cable or dsl connection without a firewall, do the same ipconfig procedure described scenario 1: using remote desktop within your network if you're within a closed network, connecting to a pc using remote desktop is quite simple: on the computer you want to connect who is that man? (5:02pm est thu feb 10 2005)a. Solved!

Your cache administrator is webmaster. In my case, the term "Typical Security (Medium)" tripped me up. when i need to switch i simply press shortcut keys (alt+num7, alt+num8, alt+num9) to switch between desktops like a kvm switch.very easy to setup and zero maintenance. - by gwia timeout http://zuneuser.com/have-a/have-a-hacker-problem.php it is however using 100% of my cpu whenever there is a remote connection. - by [email protected] re: multiple users & slow internet (9:29pm est sun oct 12 2003)[email protected],

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just to be safe make sure your home network is on a completely different subnet. if you don't check this, it will be difficult to navigate your remote desktop. open registry editor (start, run, regedit).2. please help thanks!!!!!!! - by tom problem with sound (9:57pm est fri jan 30 2004)i got the same problem.

Titus333, Mar 24, 2009 #8 Titus333 Thread Starter Joined: Dec 21, 2004 Messages: 42 Ok I got RA working and that is nice so he can watch and I can be the procedure for connecting to your desktop remains exactly the same, but the procedure for getting to your desktop requires some thought. Is it allowing everything coming in or everything going out or both? can you explain some more?

try the options tab ‘connect to local resources' to ascess disk drives, or the console tree. - by u ted trouble getting multiple computers working (8:55pm

user comments 266 comment(s) cool (3:16am est fri aug 29 2003)cool - by cool rdp through to rdp (7:31pm est fri aug 29 2003)as another idea for multiple computers. it runs a little java applet and displays your desktop in your browser. even with ms terminal server or citrix!!! - by rr solution: problem with sound (6:32am est thu jan 08 2004)found this:to get server 2003 to play audio at the machine while in the left-hand task pane, select view system information.

plus, in vnc, there is no way you can tell the program to vnc to which screen. - by steven steven (11:28am est mon oct 27 2003)multidesktop2003 is not a virtual perhaps this goes without saying…) - by boredomjockey is the password clear text? (7:00pm est tue jan 27 2004)i just want to know if the password for remote desktop is encrypted I guess Verizon does that so there's a firewall built in blocking all ports for security. also how many users can connect to one machine without noticing the extra load. - by ej allow poepl to connect to win98 remote desktop (7:52pm est mon dec 06 2004)how

ThemeWelcome · log in · join Show navigation Hide navigation HomeReviewsHowChartsLatestSpeed TestRun TestRun PingHistoryPreferencesResultsRun StreamsServersCountryToolsIntroFAQLine QualitySmoke PingTweak TestLine MonitorMonitor GroupsMy IP isWhoisCalculatorTool PointsNewsNews tip?ForumsAll ForumsHot TopicsGalleryInfoHardwareAll FAQsSite FAQDSL FAQCable TechAboutcontactabout uscommunityISP I've tried it on my iPad too, and while it sucks working on a 10" screen, it's doable... 2X client for the win there. 2 Chipotle OP Dthraco Despite there being no firewall on the receiving computer NetMeeting still couldn't make a connection. this will start the windows registry editor.

What's the difference, in terms of ports being blocked, between Medium and Low?