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Change Remote Desktop port Windows 7
November 30, 2016

Change Remote Desktop port Windows 7

Note: This is an advanced tip and only applicable to certain situations. The Remote Desktop by default uses TCP/IP port 3389, some people think that they can increase the security of the RDP protocol by changing it too different location. This is almost as effective as moving a lock on a door and hoping a thief won t be able to find it. This technique would only…

Windows Home Server Login
August 8, 2016

Windows Home Server Login

One of the major advantages Windows Home Server has over much of it’s competition (external hard drives, generic network attached storage devices, secondary PCs) is that it’s a full Windows Server under the hood and comes along with the ability to host almost any sort of web page or application you care to deploy to it, including those based on ASP.NET. With…

Remote Desktop Connection to Linux from Windows
January 11, 2017

Remote Desktop Connection to Linux from Windows

Remote desktop apps are a very useful group of apps because they allow access to a computer anywhere in the world. While the simplest way to do this is via a terminal, if you don’t want to have to type commands but rather want a more advanced way to access a remote computer, here are five of the best remote desktop apps for Linux. 1. Remmina If you have been…

Windows VPN port Number
December 15, 2016

Windows VPN port Number

If you are running firewall infront of your RRAS server (i.e. between internet and RRAS) , then following are the relevant ports which needs to be opened on the firewall for VPN connectivity to be successful: a) PPTP tunnel based VPN uses TCP Port number 1723 and IP Protocol number 47 (GRE). Please note: The 47 is IP protocol number of GRE and not a port number…

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