You obviously know more about it than I do. You are free to add many computers and access your PC from anywhere. For the non-initiated, I would just add a technical instruction: For dynamic ip-addresses problem, one can use the technique mentioned in this blog. The rest won't play on iTunes software. Laplink Everywhere - http:
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I use CCleaner every few days. I also check Resmon for the hell of it and set a manual restore point every few days also. I also back up to an external drive. Posted 09 March - This would be best answered by your work's IT staff. There are a great number of remote desktop solutions and the IT staff would be the ones who know what is authorized in their environment.
I asked someone else this question and he made the same assumption as BC Advisor no insult intended. All of you tech folks must work in big offices with IT staffs. You probably are part of the IT staffs.
I'm an attorney and I have two partners. We are "the bosses". We have a few employees. All the computers are 8. They have big caseloads right now so I'm taking on this task. If I download it will I get detailed instructions if you remember? I crashed a computer last year and, as a joke, I signed a contract which prevents me from ever going into the registry again.
So that gives you an idea of my skill level. They will tell you if you can do something. Without having the additional information that is the responsible advice you should get, ask IT. Short term Teamviewer will work for you. You install the Teamviewer client on both machines. You sign up for a Teamviewer account.
Without reading their terms, I do not know if you can use the free account or if you need to purchase a license since this will be used in a business environment.
You can set up Teamviewer to allow you to access the machine without requiring someone to accept by assigning it to your account. On your home PC you launch Teamviewer and select the Office machine from the panel on the right and connect. Long term I would advise looking into contracting out a VPN solution so that everyone has this as an option. I think Teamviewer will let you test it out, making sure it works for you, for a limited time.
I believe a business license will definitely be called for after said limited time. Clone or Image often! I do something like "ask IT" when I'm in trouble with things other than computers. I'll get over to Teamviewer. If it isn't too expensive we could really use it.
That means I'm often wide awake while it's dark outside. My brain works best between 1am to 4am. So I get a lot of work done and my partners need to get that stuff from my computer when they get to the office. I also need the work they did the prior day. I appreciate your time. Posted 15 March - You can also use online drive to store your information.
Online drives allow the users upload and access their work on different devices. I'm not sure about what you are saying. Do you mean an external drive that you take with you?
The obvious issue is that you're not holding your data, you're trusting someone else with your data. No matter how secure they advertise their service to be, you have no guarantees that it is actually secure or that the company won't fold taking your data with it. I had a backup account with Skyhub. They sent out an e-mail, effective immediately they were closing, not even an opportunity to get your data back if you needed it.
The other issue is you would need to have any necessary programs installed on any machine you will be manipulating, and possibly just opening, the data. While this isn't an issue with an office machine, not everyone has a Microsoft Office license for home, or any other software you may be using. I love the fact that you have the same attitude I have about storing stuff out in space.
You obviously know more about it than I do. All I know is the Cloud, and I hate it with my whole being and I rarely use the word hate. I have an incredible mess with my I-Tunes songs. After I had a crash and then a successful experience with a back up from an external drive my I-Tunes was, and is, a horrendous mess.
Everything else was fine. I can play them with other software and thankfully everything is on my I-Pod. This was the 1st I saw of clouds. Anyway, That's a whole other story that I will tackle when I have a free weekend or so I keep saying to myself. I have to do more research. Please don't concern yourself with the I-Tunes issue.
I use it as an example to explain why I would never trust any source to save my stuff. I keep putting the research on the issue of Tunes off and I don't know enough to have an intelligent conversation about it. Posted 16 March - I'm very interested in learning more about your experience with what happened after the restore of a backup from an external drive.
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Rohn Replied on February 13, You have to work through your company IT department. You have to set up a "VPN" connection between your computer and the company email server. Doing it any other way exposes the company to hacking. In reply to Rohn's post on February 13, Wouldn't OWA be equally unsafe? Sorry, I wasn't clear. I don't know explicitly about OWA. I was commenting on general DIY solutions that people come up with that provide insecure connections to a corporate exchange server.
Prompted by your reply I did a quick search for info about OWA. And it actually makes the point that improperly setup even OWA will expose your password as clear text: ToneML Replied on February 14, You need to understand there's no such thing as Outlook Email. At home it might be Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail.
At work they may be using a publicly available email service as my present employer is doing , or using their own domain name and private email accounts as I experienced with a past employer. To set up publicly available email service accounts in Outlook, only requires that you enter the email address and password in the required spaces and it should auto-configure from there on.
If you have that type of account at work it is easy to set up on Outlook at home. Just remember that both home and work computers must have Outlook set to "Leave a copy of messages on the server" so that they aren't deleted by whichever computer is first to download a specific message.
Aug 04, · How to Access Your Work Computer from Home. Accessing your work computer from home is more complex than accessing your home computer from another machine. If you want to access your work computer you need your company to grant you remote access to the network through a piece of software called 80%(39). From your home computer, log into your router's administration page and forward both TCP and UDP port to the computer you want to access, as described in . Sep 18, · How can I connect to my home computer from work? Helping people with computers one answer at a time. and you're probably OK configuring the router with the current IP address of the computer you want to access remotely. which is LogMeIn enabled, on vacation to Florida for a month, and initially I can successfully access my.
Accessing your Work Computer from Home: Remote Desktop This document provides instructions for using remote desktop, which allows you to connect to your work computer and access all of your programs, files, and network resources (like. Connecting to Your Office Computer Using Remote Desktop. Remote Desktop allows you to connect to your office computer from home or another remote location. Remote Desktop allows you to work on your laptop as if it were your desktop computer. To access a remote computer from your laptop, follow these steps: Toggle navigation. Search. 2 If the computer you want to connect to is available from the drop-down list, choose it. Otherwise, type the computer’s name.
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