Remote access

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  1. MHP's Avatar

    MHP said:

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    I've been asked to build, install and maintain photo booth for a venue near me. I need to remote access the Windows 7 box that's going to be running the booth software, any recommendations?

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  2. Over Carl's Avatar

    Over Carl said:

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    TeamViewer is nice and easy but if you hammer it they will limit length of sessions and pester you to buy a license.
     
  3. ilscuro's Avatar

    ilscuro said:

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    I use Teamviewer when i'm in Italy to control my pc's back here, works well.
     
  4. Delboy_1976's Avatar

    Delboy_1976 said:

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    Another vote for TeamViewer.

    I've also been messing around with Chrome Remote Desktop as it's handy to use from the phone which works well for basic use.
     
  5. jaygo's Avatar

    jaygo said:

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    I?d say TeamViewer too.


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  6. MHP's Avatar

    MHP said:

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    Cheers guys, I'll give it a go.
     
  7. evilsatan's Avatar

    evilsatan said:

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    I use teamviewer (paid version) but the free one is just as good as long as you don't exceed the limits, I'm not sure what they are. If not you could set up RDP if you were able to forward ports in the router, or other options like tight VNC etc. are free IIRC.

     
  8. Over Carl's Avatar

    Over Carl said:

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    Dunno why I didn't think of oob. Some servers and desktops will allow KVM access even when the machine has crashed or power is off.

    Stuff I have used in the past was DRAC on Dell servers, ILO on HP servers, iAMT on various desktops and IPMI on various servers.

    Would need port forwarding and careful consideration about security.