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Google Define of SSH

SSH For Windows

Originally SSH is/was for Linux and Unix systems. But there is now ssh clients and servers for windows.
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Try this. This is crazy simple, but always start simple. Go into the registery for your XP machine. Since you "built" the OS, i'm assuming you've done some tinkering, and it's possible settings that you implimented borked something.

HKey Local machine> System > Control > Current Control Set> Terminal Services. Within this folder look for fDenyConnections and make sure that it's set to 0. If it's set to 1 that's your problem.
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Originally Posted by HatesFury View Post
Try this. This is crazy simple, but always start simple. Go into the registery for your XP machine. Since you "built" the OS, i'm assuming you've done some tinkering, and it's possible settings that you implimented borked something.

HKey Local machine> System > Control > Current Control Set> Terminal Services. Within this folder look for fDenyConnections and make sure that it's set to 0. If it's set to 1 that's your problem.
When I refered to "building" the OS I just mean I installed a fresh copy of XP just a few days ago and this was instantly a problem. I did no tinkering. I will definitely check that out when I get home though, thanks for the tip.
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Well I think I've narrowed down the issue. When I have my laptop hardwired (to the same switch as my desktop) I have no problems RDPing in. The issue has been isolated to when the laptop is on wireless. When I'm on wireless I can't ping it by name or IP and I can't RDP. Now obviously when my laptop is on wireless, there is my router in between the two computers but I still don't see why my router would be blocking internal pings, RDP's, etc.
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Well I think I've narrowed down the issue. When I have my laptop hardwired (to the same switch as my desktop) I have no problems RDPing in. The issue has been isolated to when the laptop is on wireless. When I'm on wireless I can't ping it by name or IP and I can't RDP. Now obviously when my laptop is on wireless, there is my router in between the two computers but I still don't see why my router would be blocking internal pings, RDP's, etc.
Something got wonky in your portforewarding, ARP tables, or possibly DNS settings. Reset the router to factory defaults (normally a pin reset button on back, hold done 30 seconds while plugged in, unplug while holding reset it for another 30 seconds, release reset, and plug router back in). Set the portforewarding back up and you should be good to go.
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Originally Posted by HatesFury View Post
Something got wonky in your portforewarding, ARP tables, or possibly DNS settings. Reset the router to factory defaults (normally a pin reset button on back, hold done 30 seconds while plugged in, unplug while holding reset it for another 30 seconds, release reset, and plug router back in). Set the portforewarding back up and you should be good to go.
Well I found out my issue but it wasn't my router. It was my Ethernet Bridge. Something screwing with it. I did a power cycle and that did the trick.
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