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Hi! I am new here! I look for this topic but could not find an answer. I use Remote desktop access from windows. Should I Open door 3389 in my client area or it´s already open by default? What should i do to have this remote access? Thanks, Braz.
Last time I had PureVPN which I installed on my dedicated server's Windows Server through RDP, but right when vpn software started installed drivers the connection was lost forever, I had to send all my files to a backup server through rescue mode and install win server again. I don't want this to happen again, so I want to know if by installing airvpn it will stop the internet connection? Before all these I used EarthVPN and it didn't had any extra drivers to install, so I was a long time user of it, but now I want something better but they all install drivers... I'm trying out portable version, but still it reminds about drivers. I would try this on a virtualbox or something, but I don't have time do do it... So I guess I better not connect, because it will ruin my rdp connection and remote server's network adapters? I don't know if it's the kill switch / network lock or openvpn drivers or tap interface that ruined my remote server last time. I see there are options to disable them. But it still says driver will be installed at next connection.
Hi there, I want to use Remote Desktop on a windows machine, but not open the remote desktop port to the internet. A solution for this is a setting up a 'virtual private network'. So basically connect to the same virtual network with two different machines and use this connection as a virtual cable between the two. DynVPN is a service wich offers a solution for creating this kind of networks. See: https://www.dynvpn.com/ Is this also possible with AirVPN? Can I connect two computers to AirVPN and setup a remote desktop session between the two using the internal ip's? If so can you point me in the right direction for how to do this? Thanks in advance!