Telecommuting from home or travelling away from the office

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While telecommuting from home or traveling away from the office, how Windows XP does helps to work where you are and how to connect to your office from home or another location and to change your settings depending on where you are and what you need to do?

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Telecommuting from home or travelling away from the office

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If you are a boss and you want to have access to your office computer then it is possible that your Window XP supports remote connection through which you can access your office computer and work what you want but again there is an issue of security.

Because many of the intruders are searching the vulnerability on every system IP they found and accepting remote connection is a clean way to invite them to come and attack on your system.

So again there is this problem hope this will solve your problem.

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Telecommuting from home or travelling away from the office

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Hi there:

Here are the important tools.

Your emails need to transmit your documents via attachment. For now most users use Outlook and Thunderbird.

Your communication should always be in progress, you’ll use Skype, MSN Messenger or Google Talk.

And for you just in case virtual meetings (this is the most important of all), you will use Webex, Raindance, or Office Live Meeting. All of these are manageable by your Windows XP.

Thanks for asking,

 

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Hi there?

There exists a remote desktop connection to the web. You can use this feature to establish a remote connection from your computer internet browser.

The requirement is that the computer, the server and the client should be connected to the internet and has a pretty good connection. Both computers have to be configured first.

Conduct the following to the server;

1) Click on the properties of your computer.

2) Locate the remote option.

3) Check where it allows the user to remotely access that computer.

For the client:

1) Enter the control panel.

2) Choose the “add or remove programs” option.

3) Next, choose internet services information.

4) Access its details.

5) World Wide-Web > Service > Details.

6) Check the web connection for remote desktop.

7) Accept the Internet Info- Services screen then click on Next at the wizard screen of Windows Components.

After you have successfully done this, you can connect by issuing this URL to the client’s computer browser: http//server name/tsweb

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