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    MS Remote Desktop access home network
    PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2005 8:56 am Reply with quote
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    Microsoft has produced a more sophisticated Terminal Services Client Server package called Remote Desktop. Remote Desktop allows you to run your Windows XP Pro or Windows 2003 system remotely.

    Here is the problem: How do you use Microsoft Remote Desktop to access a Windows XP or Windows 2003 system on your home network? Say that you have broadband at home (Comcast cable modem for example). And hopefully you also have a broadband router to keep your home PC from being directly connected to the network. Linksys makes a number of Broadband routers including Wireless networking/WiFi routers.

    What you need to do is configure NAT on your linksys router to allow passthrough of the Remote Desktop IP traffic on its port 3389. There is good information on the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional site:

    Access Multiple Windows XP Pro Remote Desktops Behind a Firewall/NAT/Router

    Windows XP Pro Remote Desktop configuration, use and troubleshooting tips for the Home User

    Note that Remote Desktop (including Remote desktop with the /console option) is different from a console access package such as pcAnywhere or VNC. If you have an application that runs and needs to be logged in at the console, you will need an application that either plugs into the console login GINA or offers a port connection. I recommend using VNC (Virtual Network Computing). See below for links.

    pcAnywhere replaces the default Windows GINA (Graphical Identification and Authorization) file, Msgina.dll, with the Awgina.dll file. VNC does not do such trickery and is a better installation.

    Here is the original AT & T Research VNC page:

    Here is the RealVNC page

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