I have integrated Windows Desktop Sharing API in our application.
We're able to remote share a session via a LAN or VPN but we're having not much luck with purely Internet.
A viewer PC in the Internet cannot share a sharer PC in the Internet but if these PCs are connected via a VPN connection then it does work.
is this a limitation with Windows Desktop Sharing API on connecting two PCs via purely Internet.
Ok, based on what I can make out of that string, you just need to translate the NAT address. You'll need to detect your external IP address. The key will be determining which end you need to translate.
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