[teknoids] Remote access solutions?
sam at sjglover.com
Fri Apr 13 08:39:44 EDT 2007
Windows Remote Desktop Connection is pretty easy to use, and generally
regarded as the best way to remotely access your computer. I have also used
UltraVNC, a free remote access program that works very well. Apparently
Windows RDC makes the remote computer's screen go black while you are using
it, so you can't "show and tell" like you can with UltraVNC or GoToMyPC.
To find your computer's IP address, use http://whatismyip.com.
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From: Tracey McCartney [mailto:tracey at fairhousing.com]
Sent: Friday, April 13, 2007 7:16 AM
Subject: [teknoids] Remote access solutions?
I'm considering some kind of remote access program for a brief period just
to communicate with my work laptop from home. Both locations have
broadband, but in both locations, the laptops are behind routers and have
dynamically assigned private IPs. Both are running Windows XP (Pro at
Can any of you recommend a good and reasonably economical remote access
solution? I know about GoToMyPC but haven't looked into it much, and I know
that Windows has built-in remote access software.
Any recommendations are welcome...
Thanks, and happy Friday!
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