I know that Windows RDP Hosting is not a new Idea, but has anyone tried it with Ubuntu. I do have VNC Access to the server, but that only allows me to authenticate with a password, I need username and password.
What would be the best remote application for this?
My hoster told me to use PuTTY, a terminal, to install something called a vnc. I tried to install it ,but gets rejected everytime I connect.(I was using realvnc and connecting through a tunnel) Is there another way to get to the GUI or something like that?
I am using Vista and trying to connect to Linux (Debian)
I signed up for a Win2k3 VPS account with 3dgwebhosting. I'm a newbie to Plesk and win2k3 so I spent the first day getting head around Plesk.
I then logged into Remote Desktop only to find someone else had beat me. They'd hacked in and downloaded a mass email client, email stripper and obviously sent out spam from a 2mb text file of email addresses.
I didn't spend long in Remote Desktop, but while there I switched on Windows Firewall, changed my admin login password and logged off. Now, 24 hours later, I can't get back in. I get the error - This computer can't connect to the remote computer. Try again.....
I can still login through Plesk, FTP and ExpressionWeb.
Is FW keeping me out of RD or has the hacker returned?
I recently got a Windows VPS to run a few applications 24/7. I generally login to the VPS during the day, via Remote Desktop, to review these applications..
However, I frequently have issues. Sometimes, I forget to log out and I will be terminated with a "the remote computer terminated the connection" and then I won't be able to re-login to the VPS. Sometimes I click the X on the Remote Desktop and then when I try to re-connect, I get the same error. Once I got the error "the remote connection has timed out. please try re-connecting to the remote computer again "
And the worse part is that the Remote Desktop can't be restarted alone.. my host has to restart my Windows every time - so my applications go down.
Is it me or is the VPS not supposed to act like this? Why is Remote Desktop so touchy?
I was told by the host that I should always use the Log Off.. however, if I do then Windows says that it will close all my applications.. I don't get any option to Log Off without closing the apps.. so I have to end up using the X.
- Disk Space 10GB - Bandwidth 800GB - Dedicated RAM 256MB - Shared Dual Quad Core XEON CPUs - Windows 2003 Server
I am currently accessing Serers through remote desktop (windows 2003). To be on the safe site, i like to allow only 1 IP to access through remote, even better would be through one specfic domain or subdomain.
I have already changed the port number, but still like to have this additional feature.
I am hoping to find a dedicated server with the following specs or similar...
Processor: 3.00GHz or 1.8GHz Dual Core RAM: 1-3GB Hard Drive: 20-50GB (Yes, I realize most dedicated servers don't have drives this small.) Windows preferable Remote Desktop Access 30 GB Bandwidth
I plan to use this for running autoclickers and that sort of thing so that I don't need to worry about them on my PC. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know! I realize this is an odd request.
to install a server for data sharing. My user want a Windows server with remote desktop to write, edit and share document.
The server will host 5 users. one admin and 4 users. each user will have there own account and folder. The user will update word files and save it directly on the server. The admin will have access to each directory (like a fileserver).
I want your recommandation for the share, the OS and the upgradability
I want to set up my desktop to be kind of a database. So I can access all my files on my home desktop, from school. (and be able to back up all my files on my reliable desktop as opposed to my not so reliable lappy)
Then the next thing I wanted to do is to be able to access my desktop using remote access. So I can control everything on my desktop, while I'm not there.
My laptop is running Vista Home Premium, I dont think that matters too much. But my desktop is running XP Home Edition.
I have a no-ip account. but I dont really know what my next step would be, I'm guessing to make a sort of FTP on my desktop? and I have NO clue how I'd do the remote desktop.
I have a server that I access through remote desktop. Suddenly I am getting the message "Remote Desktop Disconnected: The computer can't connect to the remote computer." when using Remote Desktop.
It was working a few minutes ago.
A while ago I suspected that someone knew the password for the box. I did change it at the time, and thought the issue was solved. Is it possible to turn off remote desktop remotely (whilst using remote desktop).
Power cycling the server isn't making any difference.
Any other options other than putting in a support request at the host?
I have a remote XP PC: 172.16.1.5 OpenVPN connection with route added for 192.168.2.0/24 to go via the VPN
Now on the other end the network consists of:
I have a OpenVPN server inside the lan on 192.168.2.245 Its default gateway is 192.168.2.1
I have 3 Windows Servers, 192.168.2.246, 247 and 248. All gateways are set to 192.168.2.1.
I have a ethernet router on the network, 192.168.2.1, it has a route added for 192.168.0.0/16 to go via 192.168.2.245, and route added for 172.16.0.0/24 to go via 192.168.2.245 also). the 192.168.0.0/16 is incase any other LANs are connected at a later date, if computers saw any packets not on the the 192.168.2.x subnet they would be routed to the default gateway which would then pass them to the OpenVPN router.
The trouble is, i can remotely connect and ping to the OpenVPN router fine and also the ethernet router, however when i ping any of the Windows boxes it times out. But i can open up Remote Desktop and connect to the windows box without problem, infact if i am running 'ping 192.168.2.246 -t' it will suddenly come alive but only after the RDP connection is made.
Is this something funny with the routing? I want to keep the OpenVPN server internal to the network and i appreciate it is hitting the ethernet router then being passed to the OpenVPN but something is weird as it fires up RDP fine but not ping. No firewalls are enabled on any of the boxes. If i log into ssh on the OpenVPN router or ethernet router i can ping from that to the windows boxes fine.
Its as if a ICMP redirect is issued, and all is well after the 1st connection. Not too sure but could anyone be kind enough to enlighten me?
We have the Windows version of Plesk 11.5 installed. I've removed the "Management of access to the server over Remote Desktop" but two of my sites (there's only 4 so far) still have the remote desktop button available if you log into the user account and switch to those two domains. Switching to the other two doesn't display the icon. I'm not sure if there's another place where it gets turned on/off as I've tested creating a new subscription with the "Management of access to the server over Remote Desktop" ticked and it's not giving me the desktop icon there.