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#1 03humphrec

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Posted 05 February 2007 - 02:08 PM

Can anyone recommend a remote connection software where I can control my desktop thought the web and auto-boot when I try to assess my PC. I want this go my pc goes not have to be on and logged in all the time
I would like the software to be free.

Any Ideals


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Posted 06 February 2007 - 08:05 AM

http://www.logmein.com - has a free version, but you'll have to look around for it a bit.

pcAnywhere by Symantec. Costs, but it's pretty slick.

Remote Desktop built into Windows - gave me too much trouble, so I don't use it myself.

As for auto-boot, you'll have to look into the "wake on" features that your motherboard supports - and then match your remote control solution to that.
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Posted 06 February 2007 - 10:02 AM

Hey. You could use NO-IP. It is a free service.
Use it with RealVNC. RealVNC has a hotkey combination that will re-boot your computer remotely.
Could you post your computer's maker and model so we could expand on how to help you?

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