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Scribbles

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Just a short vid i made, nothing special had to do it quick so...

how to do remote desktop using VNC including port forwarding and setting it all up


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Excellent Tutorial Scribbles.

It certainly makes installing/configuring VNC easy to understand!
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lol thnx dunno if that was sarcastic or not but meh. it may help others lol
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There was no sarcasm intended. A very good tutorial.
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Thank you! RealVNC that was my first I didn't know anything, I didn't even know what remote desktop stood for or what it was about. I just knew that I can control my other computer and thats cool. I spent WEEKS and googling and got it and I've loved this and your tut I should have found your tut sooner!

Thanks again good job!
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thanks guys, i just made the tut yesterday tho. wish i made it sooner sounds like people could have really used it.
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Nice tut
1 thing you need to look at is what if the user has a modem and a router - NOT a modem router combo.
You did not metion if you have to port forward on the Server machine or the Viewer machine or both.
Also on a local network - controling 2 machines you don't need to port forward.
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Hey yeah your right, did forget a few things although, most people over in the uk use moden routers, and i dont know much about cable ones tbh.
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Not so much cable modem Just older tenology before router and modems were combined.
Don't forget you have a world wide audiance on geeks
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