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Remote Connect to PC over Internet
September 16, 2016

Remote Connect to PC over Internet

You can establish remote control sessions directly within your local area network (LAN) by using IP addresses or computer host names. By default this feature is deactivated because some software firewalls may not allow it. If you would like to receive a connection from another computer over your LAN, you need to enable this feature on your computer first: 1…

Test Remote SQL connectivity
November 30, 2015

Test Remote SQL connectivity

Often you ll find yourself logged into a web or application server and need to simply test that you can get to the SQL server you ve unsuccessfully been trying to point your app at. Luckily there is a nifty trick built into Windows that allows you to save the day without having to install anything on your box – and it works on both client and server operating…

Connect to Remote Server Mac
August 23, 2016

Connect to Remote Server Mac

Sharing Files To enable File Sharing on your Mac, open the Sharing pane of System Preferences and select the option for File Sharing. Windows computers and Macs can then see your computer on the local network. When you connect from a Mac using OS X Mavericks or OS X Yosemite to another computer using file sharing, your Mac automatically tries to use the Service…

Connect to Server Remote
March 18, 2017

Connect to Server Remote

When you have to copy files from one Mac to another, make big files available to others, or get files from your company’s shared volumes, you need to connect to a server. It may be a file server, a NAS (network-attached storage device), or just another Mac on your network. You probably already know a basic way to perform this everyday task, but is that method…

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