Remote Desktop Control Software Selection Wizard
This page is part of the remote desktop control software selection wizard. If you have ended up here accidentally then please follow this link to restart the wizard.
You have provided the following answers to the remote desktop control selection wizard:
- Thinking about the computer that you want to remotely control, what
operating system does it run?
You answered: "Windows (any version)"
- Thinking about the computer that you want to remotely control, is it
protected by a firewall?
You answered: "There is no firewall between the computer to be controlled and the computer that it is to be controlled from and they are both on the same local area network" or "The computer is protected by a firewall and I can configure it to allow access."
- Do you want (or are you likely to want) to be able to control the
computer from across the internet?
You answered: "Yes, I do want to be able to control the computer across the internet or may have a future need."
- Does the PC to be controlled have an internet accessible
name (i.e. can it be referenced by a DNS name or fixed IP address)?
You answered: "No, it cannot be referenced by DNS name or fixed IP address."
You should look at using GoToMyPC.
- GoToMyPC allows any Windows based PC to be controlled.
- The unique architecture of GoToMyPC means that it should not be blocked by a firewall. It therefore does not require any firewall configuration changes in order to allow it to function.
- GoToMyPC is ideally suited for controlling a PC remotely across the internet.
- GoToMyPC does not require the remote PC to be identified by DNS name (or IP address).
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