Easy to use Remote Desktop Connection (Crossloop)

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  1. Dark Scyth

    Dark Scyth Moderator

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    This is by far the most easy to use program that I have used for Remote Desktop Connection. You can connect to someone or have someone connect to you in very simple steps.

    Download the installer and create an account (you don't have to verify the account on your email).

    If you want someone to be able to access your PC click on share. If you are trying to access someones PC click on access and ask for their code under the share tab.

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    I am sharing so I gave my friend the code (via messenger). After that since I am sharing I clicked connect.

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    After that I told him to connect from the access tab after I gave him the access code. Then I had to allow him to access my PC.

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    After allowed connection your background will be completely black and he will have access to your PC. If you click view only they won't be able to delete anything on your PC or if you don't click view only they get full access.

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    He now has full access to my PC. This is very useful for people that aren't as knowledgeable as other people might be with PC's.
     

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    Pretty interesting, so I presume you don’t need to mess about with your router setting port forwards and stuff up for this to work? Reminds me of Teamviewer.
     
  3. Dark Scyth

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    I did absolutely nothing to my router and didn't have to open any ports and it worked just fine.
     
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    KillerWhiteMan Burnout Racer

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    That makes it easier when you don't have to mess with the router or the ports. With most programs, you need to at least open ports for the other person trying to access your computer.
     
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    This might be easier than the hamachi + remote assistance combination I've been doing with clients. I'll have to check it out, as it does some kind of middle-man thing, what are the server speeds like?
     
  6. Dark Scyth

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    It only took a couple of seconds for it to realize I was trying to connect to him. I've only connected to one of my friends and it was pretty slow. Although there are 5 people on one router where he is so his internet speed is totally shot.
     

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