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#1 jas009

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Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:02 PM

HI ALL



Hope someone can help me cause this is starting to drive me more nuttier than I was b4 I even started.

I'm trying to setup remote desktop using vista home premium and I am also using comodo (tell me if this aint a good idea)

I have enabled and ticked allow remote desktop connections in the 'system' tab in control panel I have played around with my router settings but still nooo luck :thumbsup:

If there is a basic guide in plain english then please let me know about it. But really I neeed some help, I want to be able to connect to other computers and
have those connect to me on other occasions. I have read conflicting guides about finding the IP address of the computer I am on (including www.whatismyipaddress and the cmd config/all command in run) and there seems to be so many different numbers here and there that I just feel plain silly. Surely I don't need to know the IP address of the computer that wants to connect to me? Isn't it as easy as just accepting the connection?
Im using a Netgear wireless modem/router and have my laptop connect to it via ethernet.
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