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  1. #11

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    nvm, i googled it and i found the answer. now i can send out invites to ppl who i want to hack my computer eheh thx ppl
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    Yeah, i was going to say... There is a file your computer generates for you that you can email or send to someone. They simply open the file on their computer and it connects the computers with YOUR permission. Then another dialog will come up if that remote person tries to access your desktop. It's very nice at helping my girlfriend with problems when i am away.

    It's all in MS's very helpful Help and Support center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd53887 View Post
    yea, i just reread my first post, and it was incorectly phrased. ok I jsut found out a solution to all my problems and I dont need to download, install, and configure anything. I can jsut send out an invite to myself to my hotmail account using remote assistance. heres the problem. I need to be on the host computer to accept. IS there a way I can set my computer to auto accpet the remote assistance conenction?
    no

    do it the way I told you

    yes you have to open the port on your firewall - router.

    You may also find if your trying to remote control from work - school that they have blocked remote control via their firewall as well, usually not thou.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kheldar View Post
    no

    do it the way I told you

    yes you have to open the port on your firewall - router.

    You may also find if your trying to remote control from work - school that they have blocked remote control via their firewall as well, usually not thou.
    y is your way better? my way, I set my computer to auto accept the incoming invite, using hte program already installed on every windows xp computer system. Also, no port forwarding too. :)
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    jd53887, That's the way i said.

    Some people are concerned with security.

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    it depends on if you want people to control your computer remotely or you want to be able to do it yourself, both methods work.
    the port forwarding method means that you don't have to send/wait for an invite

  7. #17

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    my method is w/o portfoprwading but a lil script modding so there wont be a wait for invite and response. Can anyone get into my computer or do they NEED an invite from me to get in?
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    the simple answer to that is yes - If a true hacker (not a script kiddie) actually tried to get in, they'd be in (as long as your connected to the net, they'll get in, but why would they bother?), however you should be safe from 99.999 % of people.

    In theory they need an invite & it'd be more secure than port forwarding (of course that depends on how you do your port forwarding, firewall, vpn's etc)

    It'd stop me :D

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    :) thx for your input
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    Default Re: Remote Desktop

    Why don't you just check Remote Administrator v 2.2 out? It's a way better program :)

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