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Virtual Dedicated Server As Regular Xp Computer

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#1 fabriziaviolet


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Posted 09 December 2007 - 03:44 AM

Can I setup a Virtual Dedicated Server with an ISP that simulates what it is like to login to my home computer through logmein or vnc? I would never physically see the hardware because it would be physically at the ISP. In other words, I want to be on the road, fire up LogMeIn, connect to this computer (that I never physically see), and work in Windows XP, or possibly a different operating system.

Is a Virtual Dedicated Server overkill for what I want? If so, how else could I do this, without having to take care of the physical computer?

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