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How do you open the Win 7 Firewall for incoming Remote Desktop connections? I get this message in System Properties:
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my work network has most of the connections closed. I can surf web but cant access webmail. I know that my IE uses some proxy server with port 8080. I want to connect to my home PC using RDP. I ...
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I tried to to remote into my Ubuntu machine. I enabled the setting on Ubuntu and that side seems to work. But I get a connection time out when I use RealVNC on the Windows box. I believe it is a ...
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I want to use via logmein my Mac at the office to an iphone. At the office there is a corporate firewall which allows only traffic on defined,outgoing ports to permanently configured IP addresses ...