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Remote Server Access Software
March 3, 2017

Remote Server Access Software

You can increase the effectiveness and responsiveness of your IT staff by giving them secure access to servers throughout your enterprise without compromising the security and integrity of your data. Nearly every server can be accessed remotely and securely with our SecureCRT® client and the VShell® server. VanDyke Software secure remote access software supports…

How to Remote Access Server?
August 26, 2016

How to Remote Access Server?

There are several ways for staff and students to access College files, systems and services off campus. The ICT Service Desk can assist and answer questions regarding the following services. Email account remote access Most web browsers, including Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer, can be used to access the College email system. Enter your College…

How to Access SQL Server Remote?
October 7, 2016

How to Access SQL Server Remote?

One of the trickiest problems I encountered when I was just starting ASP.NET web development was debugging issues with my web application connecting to SQL server, especially when connecting to a local instance of SQL Server. Often the error messages related to these issues were not quite clear or ended up sending me on a wild goose chase. To that end, here’s…

Log into Server Remote
January 29, 2017

Log into Server Remote

Step 1 If your home or work computer (where ever you may be) is a Windows Operating System, the Remote Desktop application will already be installed. Windows XP: Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Remote Desktop Connection or Start > All Programs > Accessories > Communications > Remote Desktop Connection…

Access SQL Server Remote
May 13, 2016

Access SQL Server Remote

Locate the SQL Server database that contains the data that you want import. Contact the administrator of the database for connection information. Identify the tables or views that you want to import. You can import multiple objects in a single import operation. Review the source data and keep the following considerations in mind: Access does not support more…

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