Remote access..... Tags: Remote Access Computers Dial Up Connection Windows XP Last response: April 14, 2002 1:19 AM in Windows XP Share Timbo55 April 8, 2002 2:11:48 AM I want to access my dial up home computer from my work computer via the WEB and "control" it. My work computers WEB access is "always on" and not dial up. I want to be able to - boot up / switch on have full remote access to run programs and do "other stuff". then shut it down when finished. My home system is brand new so all the BIOS and everything is the latest (until next week when "they" release the new "latest" ;-) What's a good program for this ? Thanks Tim..... More about : remote access newbie April 8, 2002 8:10:00 AM Windows XP & 2000 come with Terminal Services, XP also has a built-in "Remote Desktop"... as long as you know your ip, login, password, and the computers are on the internet, you can then remote control them as they're in front of you. monkeyspank April 8, 2002 5:53:03 PM do you know any 3rd party programs that can run on both win98 and/or NT, and winXP? -- There are no answers to find in the bottom of a glass. But you can have fun looking for them. Related resources Remote web access only works locally - Forum Remote access to a small work network? - Forum Remote access not working in SBS11 from outside ! - Forum remote web access wont load outside network - Forum Remote Access & Port Forwarding - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Zoron April 8, 2002 9:50:18 PM One good one I know of is Symantec PCAnywhere. They're up to version 10.5... and I'm pretty sure version 10 worked under XP. <font color=red> If you design software that is fool-proof, only a fool will want to use it. </font color=red> CALV April 9, 2002 8:25:53 AM pcanywhere 10.5 i think is needed for xp, not 100% sure tho, but theres also VNC, laplink, remote access, terminal services (2k server only) and of course the slow POS remote thingy built into xp. If they squeeze olives to get olive oil, how do they get baby oil? newbie April 9, 2002 6:46:35 PM VNC is pretty good, it operates in real time. FatBurger April 12, 2002 9:15:51 PM There's no way you can turn on your computer over the internet when it's a dial-up connection, unless you want to try WOR (Wake On Ring) and have a modem+phone line at work you can use to wake it up. <font color=blue>If you don't buy Windows, then the terrorists have already won!</font color=blue> - Microsoft monkeyspank April 12, 2002 9:49:21 PM cheers boyz -- There are no answers to find in the bottom of a glass. But you can have fun looking for them. Rob423 April 13, 2002 2:15:27 AM you can install the Remote Connection on Win98, ....the one that comes with XP....it's on the Installation Disc...(im pretty sure) it works good...i use it to connect to my pc's all the time This Community is like a Second Family!! monkeyspank April 13, 2002 3:57:19 PM nice one. that sounds like a perfect way to start. Thanks -- There are no answers to find in the bottom of a glass. But you can have fun looking for them. Rob423 April 14, 2002 1:19:50 AM Yeah, By the way... Your Pc's have to be on for you to use this Feature..... This Community is like a Second Family!! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedremote access program? Forum SolvedBest Remote Access Software That Can Also Stream Music? Forum Solvedi would like to remote access a pc on my wired network with my wireless laptop. Forum SolvedChallenge setting up remote access to computers using a DrayTek Vigor Router Forum SolvedHow To Track Devices On Home Network - Remote Router Access - Sniffing Forum Small Business File Sharing ,Backup and Remote Access Solution Forum SolvedLost remote control for my computer and can no longer access settings. Forum SolvedRemote monitoring access Forum SolvedSetting up remote access Forum remote access for Windows Server 2012 Forum Remote Access Program? Forum PC remote access and data sharing Forum How to access remote GO! On an Asus Z97-A mobo? Forum Remote access to my PC Forum wireless cant access cctv remote Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !