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Dec, 18

This article will guide you on how you can connect to a Windows VPS using Remote Desktop from Windows. Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a protocol that allows users to access their Windows VPS directly from a remote location. Follow the steps mentioned below to connect your Windows VPS:   Go to Start menu Select Run and type mstsc.exe to access remote desktop. OR   Go to Start → All Programs→ Accessories → Remote Desktop Connection Type your server’s IP address (If RDP is configured on...

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Dec, 18

VPS is an acronym which stands for Virtual Private Server. A VPS hosting environment mimics a dedicated server within a virtual environment. VPS hosting is one of several types of web hosting accounts you can choose to host your website online. The technology behind VPS hosting is similar to that of VMware or Virtual Box. These programs allows you to run several virtualized operating systems on one machine. While VPS is a server on its own while having a dedicated IP and administrator access. But Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a Microsoft protocol designed to facilitate application,...

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Dec, 18

In this article, we are going to change the port used in Remote Desktop access. By default, the Remote Desktop Connection Client for the Mac supports port 3389. When you connect to a remote computer (either a Windows client or Windows Server) through the Remote Desktop connection, the Remote Desktop feature on your computer "hears" the connection through a listening port (3389 by default). You can change that listening port on Windows computers by modifying the registry. In order to do this follow these steps: Start Registry Editor (Run > Regedit) Locate and then click the following...

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Dec, 18

What is Remote Desktop? Remote Desktop is a Microsoft Windows application that allows remote control of a windows machine (be it a regular PC or server) from another Windows machine. Remote desktop connections contain some protocols like Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Virtual Network Computing (VNC), NX technology and Independent Computing Architecture (ICA). There is also no installation required, as it comes preloaded with any Windows OS since Windows XP/ Windows NT 4.0.  To use remote desktop, you must enable it on both the machines, and have a constant internet...