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Multiple Remote Desktop Connections

My Linksys router allows me to designate which IP address will accept remote connections. I have setup a desktop to allow a user to connect via the internet and they are able to come right in to the workstation without any problem. But, I need a second remote connection, too, and I don't have terminal services. How could I configure my linksys or alternate desktop to accept a remote connection without connecting to the default one that this other person logs into? In other words, I want two different PC's to accept remote connections from the Internet and I want to be able to designate which one I connect to using the Remote Desktop feature of XP/Vista. This way, I don't log the other peson off accidently.
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Run the remote desktop service on different port on each server.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306759

Then forward that port in the router

You have to select port as well when you connect tho your host
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I have to choose the first person with the answer. Thank you. This worked.