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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post
This is really pissing me off now. Now I can't even RDP into one of my machines from within my network. I'm really getting aggravated now.
http://Realvnc.com

^^ just give it a shot, you can access the machine from any O.S with a java enabled browser =)
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http://Realvnc.com

^^ just give it a shot, you can access the machine from any O.S with a java enabled browser =)
I appreciate the suggestion but I'd rather not pay for a program when RDP(WHICH SHOULD WORK) is free.

Edit: Does anything about my port forwarding seem off? RD-PC = Sig Rig, RD-LT = Laptop, RD-DC = Domain Controller/FTP Server



Edit: Ok. I changed the RDP ports on all 3 computers and then restarted each one. Now I'm able to RDP into all 3 of them from within the Lan using the following method: Computername:RDP Port. So SE-LT:3390 to connect to my laptop. Now I have to see if I can connect outside my LAN.
post #23 of 24
Looks correct, are there options for source/destination ports? (source should be set to "Any")... if source is set to 3389, 3390, or 3391 it should in theory still work, but its safer to have source set for any
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post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by FearMeansControl View Post
http://Realvnc.com

^^ just give it a shot, you can access the machine from any O.S with a java enabled browser =)
ultravnc will do the same thing and its free, it has remote java as well
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