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What is the best way to connect to my PC remotely?

I really would like to just use Remote Desktop Connection in Windows. Is there a way to configure this so I can access my PC from any other PC in the world?

If not, I’ve heard of PC Anywhere and Gotomypc. Are these better alternatives? Even if Remote Desktop Connection will work from any PC, is there an alternative that you think I might prefer?

If Remote Desktop Connection is possible, can someone provide me with a detailed explanation of how to do it because I have only ever been able to connect to a computer on the same network. Thanks.

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8 Responses to “What is the best way to connect to my PC remotely?”

  1. ThePrez98 said:

    LogMeIn. A great program. See link below.

  2. DMartin said:

    From the fact that you have stated you can connect to a computer on your network I am presuming that RDC is working for you.

    The best thing to do if you currently cannot access your RDC from outside of your network is to disable any firewalls on both computers; and forward the correct ports on your router to the PC that you wish to RDC into (lookup: NAT).

    I hope this helps 🙂 .

  3. Colinc said:

    GoToMyPC and PCAnywhere get you around the problem of a dynamic IP address, otherwise you have no way to guarantee you will find your machine.

  4. netsource06 said:

    the easiest is logmein.com sign up for a free account i use it all the time.

    hope this helps

  5. nypiperpilot said:

    you need to know the public ip of your pc and then you can use remote desktop from anywhere..

    go to the site http://www.whatismyip.com

    to get your ip, next, if you are using a router, you have to configure it to forward traffic for remote desktop

    lastly, if your ip is dynamic (most cable is) then it may change from time to time. Just be sure to check the ip once in a while to know if its changed.

    some routers can be set up to report their ip using free services such as available from dyndns.org

    go to that site and read up on what you need to do.

    if this is all too complicated for you any pc tech worth his salt can do this for you remotely

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