Remote Desktop access through router and Zonealarm on Win2K pro

Posted on 2004-11-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-14
I have a Win2K Pro computer at home (DSL through router with NAT and Zonealarm) and want to access my Win2K computer at my store (DSL through router with NAT and Zonealarm). I need to be able to see the desktop (at the store) so I can launch a program that will export a .txt file that I then need to upload to a website or transfer to my home computer so it can be uploaded from home. I don't want to purchase software/service if possible. Step by step detailed instructions would be appreciated. Thanks to all who take the time to respond.
Question by:craigceg
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    Hi craigceg,

    Are both these machines W2k Pro?  Take a look at these:

    tightvnc (updated, still free)

    Hope this helps :)

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    Thank you! That was way to easy :)

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