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Windows 7: Remote Desktop Multiple Computers Behind Router

To make it way easier why not do away with Windows Remote desktop altogether.
Team Viewer is now regarded as the number one software for this purpose.

It bypasses all firewall and port rules and you wont need to set up anything other than
an install of the software on each machine. Basically, you would be able to
store the parter id’s (office machines) and access them at will.

OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit OS

win7 64 Home Premium

Quote: Originally Posted by AllOnTheBus

To make it way easier why not do away with Windows Remote desktop altogether.
Team Viewer is now regarded as the number one software for this purpose.

It bypasses all firewall and port rules and you wont need to set up anything other than
an install of the software on each machine. Basically, you would be able to
store the parter id’s (office machines) and access them at will.

I tried team viewer. The difference in video quality is considerable. If you can explain how to correct that, then I’m all for it.

I just did another straight across comparison between TeamViewer and Remote Desktop. Performance with Remote Desktop is much better. I am doing this inside my home network at the moment which might make a difference, but when I’ve connected using Remote Desktop from outside I don’t recall seeing much difference from inside to outside.

getting multiple computers, do I need a switch or a router?
I just bought a used refurbished Dell PC with XP installed, and am also considering a Raspberry Pi. Provided I would want to hook all 3(well, 2- I have 2 monitors and can only run 2 at a time at most) to the internet so I’m not using one at a time, would I need a switch or a router for this? We’ll.

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