November 25, 2008 by Jake · Comments Off
I have 3 PC’s that I want to remote Desktop to, when I am not home.
Question: How do I set up port forwarding for each PC to have a different Port to use for connecting too?
Answer: You need to change the ports that Remote desktop use’s to connect.
This Document will show you how to set your local static IP on a Windows Home Server 2003 or any Windows OS. A little more on the 2003 Server setup, this setup works great for a home server. But if you don’t have a domain name, then you just connect using the External IP address. Note: Some ISP’s do not allow servers at home for External Usage, they may have the ports already blocked, but should still work locally!