I am working from home and need sound from my office PC and I don't want to purchase a program. Right now I am using the free version of LogMeIn and it works great except there is no sound. I would like to be able to connect from my home PC on Comcast (no Cisco stuff here) to my office PC via RDP.
We have a public IP and my PC has a 192.168.10.0 address. Can I use port forwarding to acomplish this? If so, what commands do I need to enter on the 2851? I have full access to the router.
One more question. Now that I can access my desktop computer at the office, the boss' wife would like to be able to do the same. any suggewstions on how we both can remote at the same time? Would I have to change the rdp port on one of the systems? Or is there a better/different way to do this?
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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