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Originally Posted by Erick Silver View Post
Just wanted to know what the best and easiest to use yet secure program to use to do this. Do I use the Windows 7 Remote Desktop? Or are there better options?
It will work remotly like that unless you transfer the files first.
Only other option I can see is using something like Dropbox to store your files. I think it's like $10 to store like 50 Gig.
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Use poison ivy
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Been using Teamviewer. Nice proggy.
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post #14 of 15
download and install the following programs.

http://sshwindows.sourceforge.net/download/
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~s.../download.html

On the server, your going to use a version of OpenSSH that uses a stripped down version of Cygwin to run on Windows. On the client, your going to use Putty .

On your the server, where OpenSSH was installed, we need to run a couple of quick commands at the command line go to start->run and type cmd

mkgroup -l >> ..\\etc\\group
mkpasswd -l >> ..\\etc\\passwd
net start opensshd

You are now running an SSH server! Now you can configure the Putty.

Open up Putty. It dont have to be installed so you can simply double-click on the executable.
In the tree on the left, navigate to Connection->SSH->Tunnels. Your going to add a list of local ports that will be routed to machines that the server has access to. For example, if you want to access remote desktop on the remote machine, you can put a destination of 127.0.0.1, and a port of 3386.
The source port is the port that you will connect to on our machine. Remember to click "Add" when adding a forwarded port.

Now, go to the "Session" section in putty. Enter the host name of the server you want to SSH into.
Then, select "SSH" as the connection type. Then press "Open".
Youll be prompted for a username and password, which should be an account on the server youre connecting to.

Nice thing about this is that you dont have to set up the port list on the server, its all configured on the client. You can even let computers connect to your computer and have them be routed to the remote machine.

There you go
Edited by Spooony - 6/7/11 at 2:15am
post #15 of 15
For all intents and purposes wouldn't setting up a VPN in Win 7 work well for this, If all you are wanting to do is stream video then why not just stream the video data instead of the Video, interface, I/O etc. If you have the upload to support it then this is what I suggest.
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