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how to connect to my remote pc

Posted on 2004-08-18
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Hi,

I'm looking for solution to connect to my remote pc over internet. Provided my remote pc already have internet IP address. I can ping my remote pc IP address. But how can I access my files in the remote pc.

I know that there are a few software in the market like pcanywhere and gotopc but I'm looking for the simple and free solution.

TQ




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eugene_goh earned 50 total points
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Hi there..

you can download 'TightVNC' to install on both pc, it's freeware as for your free Solution request.
it works like pcanyware... hope this help :)
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by:shaineerken
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I used to use Real VNC which is also free and consumes very less bandwidth
http://www.realvnc.com/download.html
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by:eugene_goh
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well.. then wat is the problem now?
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by:Cyber-Dude
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But if you REALLY want to get safe... use 'NetBUS' software....
;)
just kiding...

eugene_goh offered a great software (linked by shaineerken)...

Cyber
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by:eugene_goh
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hahah.. i have misread the author's id.. tot tat he's using real vnc and ask again...  
:))

You guys did a good respond too. ;)
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by:chillinlong
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If you are using an XP machine to connect to an XP remotely, you dont need any softwares. Just connect up using connection wizard.
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by:shaineerken
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Windows XP's is a little bandwidth hungry . Good for LAN environments
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