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How to remote in to Puppy from Windows?
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01micko


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PostPosted: Fri 08 Nov 2013, 20:38    Post subject:  

Another option, probably not viable though as not everyone likes google-chrome, is the google-chrome Chrome Remote Desktop extension. I've used that before too.
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PostPosted: Sun 10 Nov 2013, 16:08    Post subject: Easy setup - access your PUP in full-screen mode over theLAN  

Has anyone noticed the effort and the instructions for Remote access operations where the ONLY PC touched on the LAN is the Puppy PC you want to access in its full-screen desktop mode.

That means nothing to do on any other PC on the LAN. Just open the RDP client (built-in to most PCs) and hop onto your Puppy PC somewhere else in the house.

You be the judge of its simplicity. Post your replies of your findings there.

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PostPosted: Tue 12 Nov 2013, 00:28    Post subject: OP not on LAN  

The LAN solutions mentioned are nice, but don't seem to apply to the OP's use scenario.

To me, the main advantage solutions like LogMeIn have is that they work without router configuration.

For example, I can assist my Dad remotely using LogMeIn both when he is home on his LAN, or away from home on business and he is using a completely different access point for his WiFi.
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PostPosted: Tue 12 Nov 2013, 02:22    Post subject: Re: OP not on LAN  

toronado wrote:
The LAN solutions mentioned are nice, but don't seem to apply to the OP's use scenario.

To me, the main advantage solutions like LogMeIn have is that they work without router configuration.

For example, I can assist my Dad remotely using LogMeIn both when he is home on his LAN, or away from home on business and he is using a completely different access point for his WiFi.
Agreed!

Logmein has an excellent reputation and works extremely well via a browser when INSTALLED on both systems. Both persons MUST be in front of their PCs to use it. And, both PCs are hooked up via that Internet with Logmein's servers in the Internet as a Middleman.

@GoingNuts offering is primarily an excellent LAN solution where one can log into his PUP on the LAN without ONLY the need to setup the server subsystem on the PUP. Then from any LAN machine one can access the PUP without installing with the OOTB RDP client at anytime you deem. And ALL Windows, as the title suggests, has RDP.

Both work but serve different purposes.

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