Controlling my NAS remotely. Tags: VPN NAS / RAID Monitors Servers Networking Last response: March 17, 2006 2:22 PM in Networking Share JokerFMJ2 March 17, 2006 6:30:06 AM Hey, all. I have an old tower that i'm going to mess around with and set up as a NAS Server, but I have a problem. I have two desktops, the NAS Tower and a laptop. I only have two monitor's, though. I wanted to control the NAS Server's Tower remotely using my PC. I need to be able to install programs and use the programs as if I was actually using that PC. Are there programs that will enable me to do this? Does anyone know of a way (that doesn't include hooking a monitor up to it)? And if possible, i'd like it to be cost free, heh. =D Thanks, all. More about : controlling nas remotely hubbardt March 17, 2006 2:22:19 PM Are you running XP on your "NAS Tower" ? XP has inbuilt remote desktop, or you could run TightVNC Regards, Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNAS and RAID plan for church ForumNAS / HTPC combo? ForumNAS box or linux tower? ForumDIY NAS /Server ForumFirst Build - Win7, xbmc, movies from NAS , DVR, light gaming ForumYet another "need RAID5 NAS guidance" thread... ForumD-Link DSM-G600 NAS ForumNAS Hardware Advice Needed - Considering Thecus N2100 ForumHome NAS question: NAS Suggestions for Dummies needed ForumHomebuilt NAS /DVR/Server ForumHelp with HTPC/ NAS build ForumHTPC and NAS /Storage advice ForumNeed Advice on HTPC and NAS Build ForumPulling DHCP from Cable Modem instead of wireless router ForumWant to add NAS device to home network, any thoughts? ForumWhat is SimpleShare NAS printer compatibility spec? ForumNAS/Network Attached Storage !! Please Help ForumXbox NAS / printer server Qs ForumRemotely Support ForumHow to remotely connect to my laptop from my desktop. More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !