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Audit remote connections to C$ of my machine

Q: Audit remote connections to C$ of my machine

I suspect that an admin user is accessing my Work Computer by \\Hostname\C$ and checking my documents. Is there a way I can track this down?

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Hi
I'm trying to allow wmi execute methods and query under audit mode.
Is there any way to do it by adding some batch script to autorun on all newly deploy windows on multiple machines. All tutorials saying about manage security by clicking some windows, and this cannot be done in my scenario.

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I have approximately 120 workstations imported and properly registered to its Novell/Zenworks server. The novell client and ZfD4 agent are installed in all the workstations. In ConsoleOne, I can generate any report (software inventory, hardware inventory, etc.) except for the RMAudit report. The report comes up blank each time. I need this report to tell me who and when are remote sessions are taking place. Spent a few days researching and can't find an answer. Can you help me?

Thanks in advance
 

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"suddenly" my non-admin user account was locked out.
Server 2008R2 logs showed 2 audit failures per second
the accounts were "myaccount"  alternating with the "domain-name"  account.
The computer in the audit failure logs is shown as the domain controller


But I found it the problem stops when I take a windows7 member workstation off-line.  Resumes when I put it back on-line.

So I restored that computer from a disk image from 7 month ago.  The problem resumed after 24 hours and the same workstation is the source. 

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Hi.

We have a "remote" pc at the office which we use to dial into different customers.

My question is:
When i connect to the remote pc from home using teamviewer or remote desktop, and then from there, connect to a customer for example using webbrowser to a juniper login, as soon as the connection is established, the connection from my home to office is disconnected. The remote pc in the office only has a connection then to the customer.
Is there a way of keeping both connections active so i can use the office pc for remote support?

Thanks in advance.
 

A:remote connections.

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We have three pc's here, two wire, one laptop wireless. All three are networked. All three are Dells.
My husband is a novice so I help him as much as I can, now my question is:
I know about remote connections, but what I'd like to know is , is it possible for the host (me) to access the client (husband) so that I might help him further? I know it can be done from Client to host, but am not sure about the other way around.
 

A:remote connections

If you are all running Windows XP Pro you can using Remote Desktop, for details see:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/mobility/getstarted/remoteintro.mspx
 

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Hi
Today I set up a home network and for some reason Vuze behaves very strangely.
My default port for Vuze is 64123 - when I test it it says: "NAT error - connection to (my IP) refused. However, other ports work just fine and I get remote connections. When I trobleshoot the problem it says there is someting wrong with my firewall or security settings, but Azureus is added to the list of allowed programs in the Firewall so I really don't know what might be the problem. I know that this is not really an important problem but I would like to learn what is the cause

A:No remote connections

  
Quote: Originally Posted by burningsoul


Hi
Today I set up a home network and for some reason Vuze behaves very strangely.
My default port for Vuze is 64123 - when I test it it says: "NAT error - connection to (my IP) refused. However, other ports work just fine and I get remote connections. When I trobleshoot the problem it says there is someting wrong with my firewall or security settings, but Azureus is added to the list of allowed programs in the Firewall so I really don't know what might be the problem. I know that this is not really an important problem but I would like to learn what is the cause


The port may be blocked,have you tried to port forward via your router?

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I just recently discovered gotomypc.com. It's an excellent, easy to use program that allows you to make remote connections to any computer you install the software to. The beauty of this software is that when you install the software to the computer to you want connect remotely to, it adds it to your account that you make on their website. So when I go to work, I login to my account @ gotomypc.com and click connect to home. And Presto it comes right up.

I've run into one issue with the program however. And that is I am unable to hear any sound from my home computer. (Which the program states you are able to do). I use an EMU-1212m sound card. I've gone through their troubleshooting section (which is slim) which was of no help.

At this point I am unable to hear sound from my home computer to my work computer. Any ideas anyone?

Thank you,
Brandon

A:Go To My PC (Remote Connections)

Have you checked gotomypc web site FAQ's?

Doesn't windows xp pro do the same thing? It is called remote desktop connection, Verizon uses it all of the time.

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I know a fair bit about networking, but mostly on router/cisco side of things, but as far as Windows remote connections goes, I don't know much about. Basically my sister has a computer at her home but she always needs help with some things and to get me to load things or show her things. We both have a connection through Pipex which has a dynamic IP address.

Is it possible for me to set up some sort of remote connection from my PC to her PC so that if she needs help again that I can just connect to her computer. I am aware that this is possible, but I'm not sure if it works without a static IP address. I have a copy of PCAnywhere but I've never used it before.

Any help would be appreciated
Sean
 

A:Remote Connections

You need to open the relevant ports in her firewall and install the software of course. Make sure her ISP allows inbound connections.

As for the IP address.. You could just send her to www.whatismyip.com whenever help is needed. Or get a dynamic DNS name from somewhere like www.dyndns.org. They offer small programs too that update the hostname whenever needed.
 

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Can I use 2 Internet connections on one machine, using ethernet? They are two DSL lines. I want to get doulble the speed. There might be some software that can do this?
 

A:Can I use 2 Internet connections on one machine?

has anyone done this?
 

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Can I use 2 Internet connections on one machine, using ethernet? They are two DSL lines. I want to get doulble the speed. There might be some software that can do this? WinNT 4.0.
 

A:Can I use 2 Internet connections on one machine?

what you want to do (called multilink) can only be accomplished using analog phone lines, it won't work with network connections. each connection will have it's own IP address, so it can only handle tasks on it's own, not in conjunction with other interfaces.
 

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Hey guys, I just wanted to know how to make a remote desktop connections. That's all. I knew the rest of it. Thanks!

A:Remote Desktop Connections

Hi Kid
try the link below

Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) - Network

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Well hello there,

as the thread title states, no bloody clue whatsoever how to do this. My goal here is to connect to a desktop outside of a local network, i.e. connecting to my home puter from outside networks.

I have Remote Assistance and Connection enabled on the machine I want to connect to, Windows Firewall is up and running and all, but I don't even know how to do this!

Do I need to use an RDP server?

Help por favor.

A:I have no clue how to do Remote Connections.

Hi Coke Robot,
if you want to connect to your home computer from outside then you need some things to be in place. Firstly how do you connect to the internet is it through a dsl router if so most probably you would be getting a dynamic IP address. in this scenario you would need to setup dynamic dns to map your dynamic ip address to a host name. you can do this from dyndns-org.com

On your router you must then do a port forwarding to port 3389 ( RDP Port Number)

Also from your windows firewall you need to allow Remote Desktop ( select the check mark on it).

after all this is done then you can use remote desktop to connect to your pc.

if you do get stuck in any of these drop a reply i will show you how to go about it step by step

Cheers !!

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I can't find the computers of which I want to control when setting up the users.

The Locations doesn't show up the computers. Is there some step I have missed?

A:Remote Desktop Connections

What program are you using to connect to these computers?

Also what OS do the computers you are trying to connect to have?

Josh

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Hi i am trying to connect to my server using RDC as that is all my local council will allow us to use through their firewall, now i have this in place for 3 servers one of the servers is exchange 200 which it allows me to connect to it, one of them is NT which does not allow me to connect to (this one i am not too bothered about) but the other server 2003 standard is the one i need to be able to access. I have enabled remote desktop and i have also got the council to allow me access but for some reason i can not access it from outside of the network.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanx
Mick
 

A:Remote Desktop Connections

Guys its ok i found the proiblem, The council have not enabled the connections through the firewall at all.

Thanx
 

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My husband started a new job and to set up an e-mail address on his home laptop, he allowed a guy in their IT department "remote access". I'm a bit worried that a stranger can now get on his computer and creep around in there any time he likes and see how he's spending his time. I know I can do Control Panel > System Security > System > Remote settings and then untick the box - is that enough to stop him getting on again? To allow the access, my husband went to a website, clicked on a box to download a small piece of software and then read out a series of numbers (3 sets of 3 divided by fullstops) and then read out 4 numbers as a password. I believe the IT guy used something called teamviewer.com to do it. He says it was a one time access only and the numbers change every time but I'm such a cynic I'm not sure whether I believe that-he might just be saying that and then sell the numbers on some hacker site and then anyone can get access. There is now a button on my husband's desktop that says the company name and then "VPN connection" which he needs to connect to every time he wants to use this new e-mail account. How do I secure his computer from outsiders please, but still allow him to use the new company e-mail. Will just unticking the box referred to above do it? (BTW Do I sound paranoid?)

A:Stopping remote connections

go to Control Panel -> programs -> uninstall and app. is TeamViewer listed?

Teamviewer is a pretty common program and is used by a few techs on this site.

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Hi,

I am new in Virtual Box Environment

I have one virtual box Machine having Window 2003 Guest OS [HomenetSQL] with SQL 2008
I have another virtual box Machine having Window 2003 Guest OS [HomenetVS] with visual studio 2005

Both Virtual machines using NAT Adaptors

When I ping virtual machine, each of them show same IP

How do I connect my visual studio on one virtual machine with SQL on another virtual machine?
Which connection string should I use here?

A:Remote SQL Connections VirtualBox

Hello Talwar, welcome to the Seven Forums.

You should use bridged adapter in VBox virtual machines to get them networking.

Kari

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I recently got a window showing that there are existing remote desktop profiles on my Windows 2000 system that I did not set up. I've attached an image showing the window I saw. How would I go about checking or closing these remote desktop profiles?
 

A:Remote desktop connections

colorado97 said:

I recently got a window showing that there are existing remote desktop profiles on my Windows 2000 system that I did not set up. I've attached an image showing the window I saw. How would I go about checking or closing these remote desktop profiles?Click to expand...

1 - Get a firewall implemented...
2 - You would manage those from "Terminal Services Manager" on the Windows 2000 box.
 

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I have a small network running Server 2000 with 15 XP Pro workstations. I would like to enable two laptop (XP Pro) users access to the network from home. What is the best, secure and most cost effective way to achieve this? Is VPN the way to go?

Thanks in advance for the assistance.

r
 

A:Help with Setting Up Remote Network Connections

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Hello,

this may be in the wrong section, please forgive for any mistake.

Can someone tell me how to completely clear out all Remote Desktop connections, including credentials.

Basically so when open Remote Desktop it appears you never connected to another system.
Kind regards,

Eldin

A:Clear out Remote Desktop connections

  
Quote: Originally Posted by eldinv


Hello,

this may be in the wrong section, please forgive for any mistake.

Can someone tell me how to completely clear out all Remote Desktop connections, including credentials.

Basically so when open Remote Desktop it appears you never connected to another system.
Kind regards,
Eldin


Eldinv, I had to do this and all I did was search for files with .rdp as the extentsion
and delete them.

Of course you have to make sure that hidden and system files are visible.
and in the search tell it to search for filename, *.rdp

Rich

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All my computers are supposed to have Remote Desktop Service disabled for security reasons, but I recently found nearly daily instances of connections on one of the computers.

See photo... Viewed via Computer Management -> Event Viewer -> Applications -> TerminalServices-RemoteConnectionManager, ID 1155, S-1-5-20.

NONE of my programs use remote access, and I had disabled RDS in MSConfig settings from Day 1 of a Windows 7 reinstall months ago (after a prior keylogging/RAT infection).

Despite this, it appears that RDS has been starting up automatically with every bootup, based on Services.msc (see photo). I can also see RDS running in the Task Manager.

Is this a sure sign of a Trojan installing a backdoor/remote access program? There are zero RDS events on my other computers running Windows 7 and similar programs.

Is it possible to diagnose to what IP this connection is going, via Windows... or do I need to record network traffic with third party software (wireshark)?

Antivirus/TDSS scans have always been negative, but I know trojans can easily hide via a rootkit.

Thanks.

A:Remote Desktop connections (possible trojan)

Hello wwjd, Welcome to SF

If you think you are infected try these out
Windows Defender Offline
http://support.kaspersky.com/5350

To view all current connections to machine enter elevated command prompt (start type cmd right click run as admin) and type netstat -ano this will show you all IP addresses currently active/connected
If you find anything your not sure about post back and can show you how to investigate program identity

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Help! I have just purchased my 2nd new router in less than a week. I had a Netgear wireless-B router that worked fine for the last 3-4 years. Within the last week or two, my remote computers started dropping their connections from the router. It started with just the computers that were connected wirelessly, then it started happening with computers that were hard-wired to the router as well. (I have two wireless computers working off of it and two hard-wired computers) I removed my Ethernet cable from the router and ran it directly into one of my computers to connect to my ISP via a PPPoE connection. I wanted to see if my DSL was the culprit. It stayed nailed up with no problems for well over 15-20 hours. As soon as I ran the cable back into the router and started trying to connect with multiple computers to the router, my connections would drop intermittently. Sometimes it would take a couple of hours before they dropped while other times, they would drop in 5-10 minutes. Anytime I reset the router by unplugging the power for 15-20 seconds and plugging it back in, I could regain connectivity on the remote computers. Every time that my remote computers lose connectivity, my router shows that it still has a good IP address from my ISP. If I go into the router management page using the router IP address, I can see that it has a valid IP address from my ISP and a good connection.

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A:Remote computers dropping connections

Since your previous router served you well for years let me try a solution before getting into trouble shooting.

I'm guessing wireless interference. Try setting the router (either of them) to the same channel you were using with the old router. If you don't remember it, just try channels 1, 6 and 11.
 

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Hello,
I am running Win7 Pro virtually and have Remote Desktop configured to only allow 1 concurrent connection. This works great when the one user is logged in, however if the user just disconnects (so programs are running), another user is able
to connect to that machine. Is there a way to fix this so even if the machine is just disconnected, it should not allow any one (except the disconnected user) to log in? This used to work fine when we were on WinXP, but it seems like Win7 changed this.
I'm assuming Win7 Pro license doesn't allow this either, however it seems to work. I have also gone into Group Policy configured the two settings: Limit number of connections to 1 and Restrict RDS users to a single RDS session to Enabled, but in vain. Any
help or advice to fix this is appreciated.
Thank you,
--Sau

A:Remote Desktop limit connections

Hi Sau,
Thanks for your clear description.
If a user specifies a different program to start when the user connects to the RD Session Host server, a new session will be created on the RD Session Host server for the user, even if the RD Session Host server is configured to restrict users
to a single session.
For more information, you can read following article:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754762.aspx
Meanwhile, I suggest you consult the Windows Server forum for more professional solution:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/home?forum=winserverTS
Best regards,
Karen Hu

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Hi folks,

I've got a networking problem that's left me banging my head against the wall.

First though, this is a workgroup with the following machines:

Computer 1: Windows 7 32-bit used as a peer-to-peer file server, app and DB server, designated network browser, inbound VPN server (MS VPN)
Computer 2: Windows 7 64-bit used as a workstation
Computer 3: Windows 7 32-bit used as a workstation
Computer 4: Windows XP SP3 used as a workstation
Printer/AIO: Brother Laser, network-attached

The problem: Computers keep appearing and disappearing off the network except for the computer #1. In other words, on all the other machines, when you go into Windows Explorer and click on "Network", sometimes only one machine shows up; at other times, all machines show up. Mapped drives work without fail - it is just the network browsing that is unstable.

When only one computer is showing up in the list, if you issue the "net view" command, you get the message, "No more connections can be made to this remote computer at this time because there are already as many connections as the computer can accept."

I'm not sure what is eating up all the available "connections". I thought that Windows 7 allows 20 network connections, i.e., 20 computers on a LAN.

I found a machine that was joined to a non-existent homegroup, and turned that all off, but it had no effect. I've temporarily turned off any firewall rules (F-Secure) that I thought may be interf... Read more

A:No more connections can be made to this remote computer

Besides getting the error or not seeing the machine, what do you want to do that you cannot do?

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I have three computers on my home network, connected with a linksys wireless router and a comcast cable modem.

I am running Windows XP Home Edition on all three systems. Is it possible for me to do a "remote desktop connection" from the communications in accesories, or do I need XP Pro to do that?

If I can do the remote connection, how do I know what computer name to type in to connect to it?
Thank you
 

A:Remote Desktop Connections in Windows XP?

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Code:
4:52:33 PM Launchpad starting
4:52:33 PM No Glider.exe found, must be fresh or missing
4:52:33 PM Get: http://www.mmoglider.com/GliderVersionEx.aspx?Mine=null
4:52:33 PM ! Exception in GoGetPage, trying other way: Null/empty result from Socker, LastError = "Exception in FireRequest: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.DoConnect(EndPoint endPointSnapshot, SocketAddress socketAddress)
at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Connect(EndPoint remoteEP)
at ag.c()" at bz.i(String A_0)
4:52:33 PM !! Fatal: Exception in startup: Unable to connect to the remote server
at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()
at bz.i(String A_0)
at bz.o(String A_0)
at bz.y()
at bz..ctor()
that is with glider a program that i run about 8 of off of my xp desktop

--that is an example of whats going on "Unable to connect to the remote server"


Programs that will not connect to update or login
Xfire "timed out"
"www.xfire.com"
Adware "unable to connect"
Symantec Antivirus "please verify ur connected to the internet"
mmoGlider "see above"
www.mmoglider.com
Ruckus "Individualization failed "WMCreateReader failed (c00d0bd4)"
World of Warcraft Updater "unable to connect"

windows defender/firewall all say they allow these programs

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A:Vista not allowing remote connections

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I once seen a user that had RDP in his Start Menu and there was a flyout of several saved connections and below the saved connections was a list of the most recent connections.  How do I setup saving  a list of most frequently used RDP connections? 

A:How to Save Remote Desktop connections

Hi,
Please right-click Remote Desktop Connection icon in Accessories of Start Menu, and then choose pin to Start Menu.
All the connections you recently used will be listed in it and you can also pin them in the list.
Regards,
Juke
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I have an Asus Laptop that informs me I cannot upgrade to windows ten while in audit mode.
If this is happening with many vendors , maybe , instead of telling everyone to check with your vendor , you actually create a fix that works?
An example of a closed but unanswered thread, that is marked as answered
 "one example -  EDIT: Never Mind , I cannot post a link from an UNVERIFIED acct, but it's not hard to find many threads saying the same thing I am
Please help us so we can upgrade our computers. I'm not a pro tech, I'm a simple user now, and to be honest , I simply need the help to access some of the ease of access options and the UI that is easier on the eyes.
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration, and I hope you have a wonderful day.
Bob Sutherland

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Hi,

I need to check if someone is making a remote desktop connection from one PC to another but I need to monitor it from a third PC. Is there a way using XP Pro to do this?

I do not need to see what is being sent just the IP address or host name that is being connected to.

I pondered checking event logs on the persons PC but am not sure of what settings I need to turn on to capture this info.

Cheers
 

A:Viewing Outbound Remote Desktop Connections

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I'm running Windows 7 Enterprise (64 bit) and I am trying to enable multiple remote desktop connections. Googling reveals lots of fixes for the Windows 7 betas, but nothing definitive for the full release.

Does anyone know if it's possible?

Thanks,
Ed Ludlow

A:Multiple remote connections - definitive answer?

Hi -

See if this helps --> http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windo...windows-vista/

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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Well,

I'm generally fine with computers, but I have a problem with my laptop that has me stumped.

Whenever I try to connect to what I guess are remote servers automatically my computer comes up with various incarnations of what is essentially the same error message "connection timed out" "connection may be down or blocked by your firewall settings" etc.

This happens when I try to connect to the Itunes store and just now when I tried to run (after successfully installing) the GameTap updater. Basically I can download things fine, but any automatic update or connection to a game through a client etc fails. It started several months ago and I can't remember what changed at the time, but I may have downloaded an update to windows. I have tried reinstalling software such as Itunes to no avail (though thankfully it works fine otherwise).

This has been the case with both wireless and directly plugged in DSL. My laptop is cheap and about a year old, in other words not great, but it has no other persistent problems.

I have put security settings as low as they go and shut off the Vista firewall.

Thanks for any insight.
 

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HP Pavilion 20-b313w All-in-one desktop
OS Windows 8 would like to upgrade back to my Windows 8.1
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I have a serious problem, after a thorough reset I still have malware on my computer. Since I can't make heads or tales of what is malicious and what is not I will try my best to detail my suspicions. After the thorough reset I noticed in control panel uninstall programs there were 3 programs that were already updated without me connecting back to the internet and running Microsoft and HP updates. The items were Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable (x64) and (x86), the third was Cyberlink You Cam. They were both dated the same day I did the thorough reset, and I'm 100% sure I wasn't connected to the internet during the reset and I didn't reconnect before I discovered those updated programs. From there I went to 'installed updates' and I saw three updates 2 Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 the (x86) had no version or publisher and the (x64) had that info but the language in the detail tab was Language: Language Neutral the other installed update was Microsoft Camera Codec and that was missing publisher and version info. I uninstalled them but now the C++ 2010s are in that spot with the same info problem the camera codec didn't come back.

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A:Rootkit/Bootkit, Many Known & Unknown Remote Connections

First a list of all the scans used that came up empty, then the required Farbar scans, and then my independent use of other scanners that detected and removed and last other scanners I downloaded but have not installed and used.
    ESET AvRemover_nt64_enu & AVG_Remover - Both Downloaded But Not Installed
1) Norton Internet Security (free trial came with computer 48 days remaining) It did block 4 cookies and a VBScript - 0 Threats - Installed
2) Norton Power Eraser - 0 Threats - Installed
3) McAfee Anti-Virus - 0 Threats -  Uninstalled
4) BitDefender Anti-Virus - Blocked VBScript & some other stuff - 0 Threats - Uninstalled
5) BitDefender Downadup - 0 Threats - Deleted
6) Kaspersky Tdss Killer - 0 Threats - Deleted
7) AVG Anti-Virus - 0 Threats - Uninstalled
8) Anvisoft - 0 Threats - Uninstalled
9) Avast - 0 Threats - Uninstalled
10) Emisisoft Emergency Kit - 0 Threats - Installed
11) Malwarebytes Anti-Virus - 0 Threats - Installed
12) Hitman Pro - 0 Threats - Installed
13) AdwCleaner by Explode - 0 Threats - Installed
14) Eset Nod32 Anti-Virus - 0 Threats - Unstalled
15) Eset Sirefef Cleaner - 0 Threats - Installed
16) Sc-cleaner - 0 Threats - Installed
17) Rem-vbsworm - 0 Threats - Installed
18) Sophos Virus Remover Tool - 0 Threats - Installed
19) RKill - 0 Precesses - Installed
20) Super Anti-Spyware - 0 Threats - Installed
 
 
Farbar 64: - Installed
 
Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) (x64) Version:2... Read more

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First of all, sorry if this post is in the wrong section. I'm not sure where it goes. If it's in the wrong section, please accept my apologies and feel free to move it.

Anyway, I'm trying to setup my router to allow access to remote connections. I want to be able to connect to a couple computers at the office (both on the same network, the one router recognizing them both) from my home computer. I've done this before so I know how to set it up for remote connection to one computer. I'm not sure how it works for more than one though, and that's where I need some help.

I've got the router forwarding RPC connections on port 3389 to my work computer's internal IP address. It's working fine. I can connect to it from home using Windows' Remote Desktop Connection. Now I want to add the same connection to our server. I added the same port forwarding entry (RPC) but with a different port number (3388) and the server's internal IP address. I'm assuming that RDC can distinguish between the two computers by appending the port number after the IP address (so I enter XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:3388). This doesn't seem to work.

I made sure the server can accept remote connections from anonymous clients, but it still won't connect.

What can I do to set my router's port forwarding to allow remote connections to more than one computer in the office, and how can I configure the server to allow remote connections?
 

A:setting up remote connections to more than one computer on the network

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Window XP pro only allow two different remote desktop connection at the same time. What should I do to increase this number?? Thanks

A:How to make multiple remote desktop connections?

Try at your own risk this link http://sig9.com/articles/concurrent-remote-desktop. I would do a backup before attempting.

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Hey All,

I'm a new member here and I'm hoping someone has heard of a fix for me.

I've been an XP Pro 32 bit user for some time and have enjoyed being able to have concurrent remote desktop sessions on my home PC. This allows several members of the family to use our powerful desktop PC at the same time.

I recently built a new PC w/ a 64 bit processor and I installed XP Pro 64. I've had the new rig for a couple of months and have been unable to find the fix. Can anyone point me to the answer or an active thread?

TIA,

F
 

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Hello there:

I wish I had found your site a year ago, I've been at this for a long time.
Over a year ago, I found that my computers were waking up at night and running wildly all night long. I wouldn't be doing anything on the computer and there would be hundreds of processes running and my hard drive was running so hot all the time, It was slowly dying, I knew something was up. So I purchased a virus/malware program and it found several trojans and a rootkit. I remember looking at the rootkit description in the virus software program and it looked like a roadmap thoughout my system. I hired a professional computer consultant to get this stuff out of my computer. We ran several virus programs/malware programs - he said my system was clean. It didn't work... my computer ran all day and night, there were suspicious programs that I had never seen running and I could not shut them down. Remote Connections were running in and out of my computer and I could not disable the remote settings. My computer was hooked into some domain.... and all the permissions were changed so that I could not stop any processes and could not stop any programs from running. Anyway, that's how it started. I purchased a new computer and hired a "professional" to set up the new computer and safety transfer all of my files over to the new computer. Big Mistake here... Whatever had hacked into my original computer.. installed many many programs - when the guy set up the new compute... Read more

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Please bump. Just let me know that everything is ok now. Thanks, Theresa

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Hi All

Well I don't normally find myself on forums but I am stuck on a problem and need some help.

I would like to be able to offer remote assistance to user in our company by connecting to them through IP Address but have come across a few problems and wonder if anyone can point me in the right direction.

I will try and explain a bit more here.

We have 17 different office locations in the UK, we connect to each office from our main office using a VPN connection.

Here is the problem.

At the head office remote assistance works fine you offer remote assistance by typing in the user IP address and you can connect with no problem. However when doing the same thing for one of the remote offices remote assistance comes back with an error your offer to help could not be completed.

I can connect using remote desktop and can also connect if the user at another branch sends an intervention using e-mail but remote assistance will not see the computers through the IP address.

We have Draytek 2800 routers at all our branches and I have tried to configure port redirection but I am not sure I am doing this right.

Please help someone

Derek
 

A:remote assistance connections problems accross VPN

I'm pretty sure this is a port forwarding issue, but let me offer you an alternative way that requires no port forwarding.

Take a look at Zolved Remote Console Control, it's the way I do remote support nowadays. The great part is there is no port forwarding or other configuration required.
 

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I have a Windows 7 Professional virtual machine deployed in VMware Workstation 7.1.4 and hosted on a Mandriva Linux 2010 installation.

The Windows 7 virtual machine is connected to a host-only network which includes a Windows 2000 virtual machine and the Mandriva host. Communications among the host only network is not a problem; the systems do talk to each other without problem.

I have deployed MSSQL Server 2008 Express on the Win7 VM.

I want to access this server instance from either the Linux host or the Win2K VM, at my discretion. In order to do this, I have enabled TCP/IP in MSSQL, and I have specified that the port to be used is 1433, and I have disabled dynamic ports for the external IP address. I also have started the SQL server browser service, though this doesn't seem to matter.

When I start the SQL Server Management Studio on the Win7 VM and tell it to connect to the server on the same VM using a TCP/IP connection, it connects immediately and reports that it is indeed connected using TCP/IP.

However, when I try to connect to that server from either the Win2K VM or the Mandriva host, I get a "connection refused" message (or a "cannot establish connection" message, depending on the tool I use). This usually heralds a closed port, and when I do an nmap scan of the Win7 VM from Linux this is what I see:
Code:
[email protected]:jiml> sudo nmap -A 172.16.187.128
[sudo] password for jiml:

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A:remote connections to MSSQL 2008 express

OK, I just took a look in the event log, which I should have done before, and it turns out that in spite of what I set the port to, MSSQL has chosen to use port 50490.

I note that nmap did not identify that port as open. However, I am able to connect to it. Now all I have to do is work out the authentication issues.

But, I want MSSQL to use the port that *I* want it to use. Why would it be using this port when I tell it to use that port?
 

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DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_AMD64
Internet Explorer: 9.0.8112.16447  BrowserJavaVersion: 10.21.2
Run by user at 10:00:52 on 2013-05-22
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium   6.1.7600.0.1252.1.1033.18.3895.1213 [GMT -5:00]
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AV: Microsoft Security Essentials *Enabled/Updated* {9765EA51-0D3C-7DFB-6091-10E4E1F341F6}
SP: Windows Defender *Disabled/Outdated* {D68DDC3A-831F-4fae-9E44-DA132C1ACF46}
SP: Microsoft Security Essentials *Enabled/Updated* {2C040BB5-2B06-7275-5A21-2B969A740B4B}
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============== Running Processes ===============
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C:\windows\system32\lsm.exe
C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe -k DcomLaunch
C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe -k RPCSS
c:\Program Files\Microsoft Security Client\MsMpEng.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Trusteer\Rapport\bin\RapportMgmtService.exe
C:\windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted
C:\windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalSystemNetworkRestricted
C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalService
C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe -k NetworkService
C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNoNetwork
C:\windows\System32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\ARM\1.0\armsvc.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\windows\SysWOW64\atashost.exe
C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe
C:\ProgramData\Clickfree\C2NPlus\UACProxy.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Flip Video\FlipShare\FlipShareService.exe
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Hello, Welcome to BleepingComputer.I'm nasdaq and will be helping you.If you can please print this topic it will make it easier for you to follow the instructions and complete all of the necessary steps.===Search and delete the AdWare, PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) installed on your computer.Please download AdwCleaner by Xplode onto your Desktop.Close all open programs and internet browsers.Double click on AdwCleaner.exe to run the tool.Click on Delete tab follow the prompts.A log file will automatically open after the scan has finished.Please post the content of that log file with your next answer.You can find the log file at C:\AdwCleaner[Rn].txt (n is a number).===Please download ComboFix from any of the links below, and save it to your desktop. For information regarding this download, please visit this web page: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/combofix/how-to-use-combofixLink 1Link 2IMPORTANT !!! Save ComboFix.exe to your Desktop1. Close any open browsers.2. Close/disable all anti virus and anti malware programs so they do not interfere with the running of ComboFix.3. Do not install any other programs until this if fixed.How to : Disable Anti-virus and Firewall...http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic114351.htmlDouble click on ComboFix.exe and follow the prompts.When finished, it will produce a report for you.Please post the C:\ComboFix.txt Note: Do not mouse click ComboFix's window while it's running. That may cause it to stallNote: If you have difficulty prop... Read more

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I once seen a user that had RDP in his Start Menu and there was a flyout of several saved connections and below the saved connections was a list of the most recent connections. How do I setup saving a list of most frequently used RDP connections?

A:How to configure Remote Desktop to save frequent connections

Hello,

When you use remote desktop it autmatically saves the connections in the list. This list may disappear when you do a cleanup or run any cleanup software.

I use a program called VisionApp to manage my connections as I have a few.
Dave

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Hello,

Was wondering if anyone knew of any good alternatives to Remote Desktop Connection for Home editions of Vista? Since the service is limited on Home editions, are there any quality 3rd party software solutions? I'm not interested in hacking the Telnet settings to make it work. =) I would be attempting to do this outside of my LAN.

As always, any responses you guys give me is very much appreciated.

A:Remote Desktop Connections (Solution For Home editions?)

I would suggest Hamachi, You can use it as a VPN and a Remote Desktop:http://hamachi.en.softonic.com/

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We have a employee trying to connect to her workstation at the office from her home computer, but the desktop connection will not connect.

We have established a successful VPN connection to the SBS 2003 R2 Server, and can even remote desktop into the server, but we cannot connect to the workstation even using the network IP address for that machine.

Home PC = Vista Home Premium
Network Server = SBS 2003 R2
Workstation = Vista Ultimate
VPN = Microsoft Application via the OS
Remote Connection = Microsoft on the OS

Can anyone help us identify why we can connect to the server but not the workstation?

Thank you,

martin-man
 

A:Remote Desktop Connections - Vista Home Premium

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Is there any way to allow multiple computers to connect to the same remote computer and work simultaneously?
 

A:Allowing remote desktop connections in Windows Server2008

not that i have found, i work with 2008 R2 at work, i have found that you can only have one incoming remote connection at a time. Now you could share the desktop in windows live or adobe air and direct each other as you go along.
 

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Got this error "exceeded maximum number of remote connections".  We have 26 Win2K3 servers and a PC that we write data to.  We had an XP machine which worked fine, upgraded to Win7 and started getting error.  Any fixes known?

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Hiya

This book is written for advanced application integrators and for advanced developers responsible for integrating BizTalk Server with session-based applications within an enterprise. The sample included with this book demonstrates how a persistent TCP/IP connection can be maintained to a host server across multiple calls to an application integration component (AIC).
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows XP

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...e4-96c8-4c1b-ae30-c45db1200530&DisplayLang=en
Maintaining Persistent Connections to a Remote Host with Microsoft BizTalk Server Sample Code
The sample demonstrates how a persistent TCP/IP connection can be maintained to a host server across multiple calls to an application integration component (AIC).
This sample is a companion for the book, Maintaining Persistent Connections to a Remote Host with Microsoft BizTalk Server, which is written for advanced application integrators and for advanced developers responsible for integrating BizTalk Server with session-based applications within an enterprise.
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows XP

Warning: Before downloading the sample code and running the Setup Wizard, you must read the Setup chapter in the Maintaining Persistent Connections to a Remote Host with Microsoft BizTalk Server book. You can download the book by navigating to http://msdn.microsoft.com... Read more

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Here's the details, ive tried everything i can think of. any ideas would be greatly appreciated.Windows Network Diagnostics Publisher details
Issues found The remote device or resource won't accept the connectionThe remote device or resource won't accept the connectionThe device or resource (www.microsoft.com) is not set up to accept connections on port "The World Wide Web service (HTTP)". Detected  Contact your network administrator Not run  
Issues found Detection details
6 The remote device or resource won't accept the connection Detected   The device or resource (www.microsoft.com) is not set up to accept connections on port "The World Wide Web service (HTTP)". Contact your network administrator Not run  The computer or device you are trying to reach is available, but it doesn’t support what you’re trying to do. This might be a configuration issue or a limitation of the device.  
Detection details 
Network Diagnostics Log File Name:  7674AB63-FC41-4BCE-BD41-15C8324692DB.Diagnose.0.etl  Collection information Computer Name:  *****-PC Windows Version: 6.1 Architecture: x86 Time: Thursday, January 28, 2010 2:32:50 AM
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Windows Network Diagnostics Detects problems with network connectivity. Package Version: 1.0 Publisher: Microsoft Windows ~someone tried to update windows vista home premium, and messed around with services and who knows what. I installed an upgrade o... Read more

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