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How to Remotely Access Your Computer(s)

If you have been looking for an easy and cheap way to access your computers remotely, then you need to check out GoToMyPC.com, their client installs easily, it’s very fast and is almost idiot proof, check out the videos below if you don’t believe me.

I have used their software on many occasions, mostly with online training courses that require you to run their software as part of the training, and it has always worked flawlessly. Take the 30 day FREE trial and see how fast and easy it is for yourself.


Access Your PC from Anywhere - Free Trial

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Fast, Easy and Secure VPN Solution

Are you tired of working late from the Office? Need to access your work pc from home or away while you are on a business trip or vacation? Need access to your work pc but the network guys block you with their firewall?

GoToMyPC is THE solution for all of your troubles, you can access your pc from any internet connection in the world and check your email, copy files to the pc you are on, access the servers on your corporate network, anything you can do on your pc, you can do it remotely with GoToMyPC. And now, you can Try it for four up to 4 users who need to access up to 20 pc’s, unlimited for one month!

Download GoToMyPC, this is a free trial. Setup is automatic and takes 2 minutes. Leave your PC on and connected to the Internet. Log in to www.gotomypc.com from any Internet connection in the world. Click Connect, and your PC desktop will appear in front of you. Start working on your PC as if you were sitting in front of it ? even if you’re thousands of miles away! Do that with PCAnywhere without running up the bill on your calling card. Heck, if you have high speed access at home or in your hotel, you can even use Verizon Voicewing to recieve and make calls while you are online, making it a TRUE mobile office.

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Access Your PC from Anywhere - Free Trial

Try it for four up to 4 users who need to access up to 20 pc’s, unlimited for one month!

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Jimmy Daniels - January 10, 2006 at 4:14 pm

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HOW TO: Configure a VPN Connection to Your Corporate Network in Windows XP Professional (Q305550)

This step-by-step article describes how to configure a VPN connection to your corporate network in Windows XP Professional.

With the Point-to-Point Tunneling protocol (PPTP) or Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) which are automatically installed on your Windows XP-based computer, you can securely access resources on a network by connecting to a remote-access server through the Internet or other network. The use of both private and public networks to create a network connection is called a virtual private network (VPN).

Click here for the article.

Another solution is to use GoToMyPC.com for your remote access needs, there’s no configuration required, you can access your pc anywhere from the GoToMyPC website, so there’s nothing to remember other than your username and password, and this remote access solution is a piece of cake to configure. Check it out now, the have a one month free trial!

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Jimmy Daniels - May 2, 2004 at 2:00 am

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Using Remote Desktop on Windows XP

With the Remote Desktop feature in Windows XP Professional, you can remotely control your computer from another office, from home, or while traveling. This allows you to use the data, applications, and network resources that are on your office computer, without being in your office.

To use Remote Desktop, you need the following:

  • Windows XP Professional installed on your office computer, or whichever computer you plan to operate remotely. This computer is known as the host.
  • A remote computer running Windows 95 or a more recent version of Windows. This computer is known as the client and it must have the Remote Desktop Connection client software installed.
  • A connection to the Internet. A broadband Internet connection improves performance, but it is not necessary because Remote Desktop transfers only the minimal data (such as display data and keyboard data) to remotely control your host computer. Therefore, even low?bandwidth Internet connections allow you to remotely control your office computer.

Click here for the article.

Another solution is to use GoToMyPC.com for your remote access needs, there’s no configuration required, you can access your pc anywhere from the GoToMyPC website, so there’s nothing to remember other than your username and password, and this remote access solution is a piece of cake to configure. Check it out now, the have a one month free trial!

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Jimmy Daniels - January 1, 2004 at 10:17 pm

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