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How to connect to windows server using Remote Desktop tool?


Remote Desktop Utility allows you to access your windows server from anywhere in the world via

internet connection.

Remote Desktop Service is running on port 3389 by default. Before you make a connection, you

have to make sure this port is accessible on your server.

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How to initiate the connection

Here are steps to access your windows server or VPS from your PC ( Windows ) :

1.    Go to Start > All  Programs > Accessories > Remote Desktop Connection.

2.    When Remote Desktop Connetion tool pop up, enter the network (IP) address or computer

       name (for example : ) of the computer you're trying to remotely access.

       Then click Connect to initiate a connection.

3.    If you see the prompt below, you can just ignore it and press Yes.

4.    A window will pop up as displayed below. Enter a valid username and password. This

       information can be found in your Account Information that we sent to you when you start

  your hosting with us.

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