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Windows 7: problem to connect remoteley to my brother laptop (windows81.1 pro )

27 Dec 2016   #1
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 
problem to connect remoteley to my brother laptop (windows81.1 pro )

I have a slow PC(windos xp) and my brother have a good Laptop (windows8.1 pro) and i want to connect from my PC remotely to his laptop(we live in the same room),sorry for my english.So we also have a router and i think i made all the right changes,i also checked on both computers:

-allow users to connect remotely
-on his computer i create 2 users and then i added both users to ''Select Remote Users'' and everything went perfect i was able to connect remotelly on his laptop but now comes the problem:when he ''shut down'' the laptop I can not connect remotelly to his laptop anymore,how to fix that?


Here are his Ip's and are the only changes i made to the router config.
Virtual servers:

Code:
Service Port    Internal Port    IP Address    Protocol    Status    Modify
               1    3389    3389            xxx.xxx.0.101    ALL    Enabled    Modify Delete
DHCP/Adress Reservation

Code:
ID     MAC Address        Reserved IP Address        Status     Modify
1    B0-C0-90-44-69-25    xxx.xxx.0.101    Enabled    Modify Delete
I use this wan IP to connect remotelly:


WAN
MAC Address: 00-13-8F-1C-08-3A
IP Address: x.xx.201.149 PPPoE(Connect Automatically)
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.255


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27 Dec 2016   #2
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

Hi if he turns off the laptop their will be no way to connect remotely. It has to be on.
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27 Dec 2016   #3
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

For Win 8 you should post on Windows 8 Forums
Do you want to have access as a user or you want to share files and folders.

I use TeamViewer to access other computers. It's like you're using his computer with your screen, mouse and keyboard. You can download or upload from / to your computer. VERY GOOD. http://download.teamviewer.com/downl...ewer_Setup.exe

If the remote has WOL BIOS setting (Wakeup on Lan) you can send a command by LAN to wake it up.
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27 Dec 2016   #4
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 

i want to use all kind of tools and need to run them 24h/24 h,he have 8000 rams blah blah i have 768 rams see the diference?eveyrthing move faster until i buy a new pc,i know that on some rdp's u ur able to connect and run all type of tools 24h/24h ,this is what i want
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27 Dec 2016   #5
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
For Win 8 you should post on Windows 8 Forums
Do you want to have access as a user or you want to share files and folders.

I use TeamViewer to access other computers. It's like you're using his computer with your screen, mouse and keyboard. You can download or upload from / to your computer. VERY GOOD. http://download.teamviewer.com/downl...ewer_Setup.exe

If the remote has WOL BIOS setting (Wakeup on Lan) you can send a command by LAN to wake it up.
ok i will try from Bios
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28 Dec 2016   #6
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 

not working
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28 Dec 2016   #7
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

What isn't working?
Does the remote computer has WOL on BIOS settings?

To send a WOL command http://magicpacket.********/thankyou15.htm
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28 Dec 2016   #8
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
What isn't working?
Does the remote computer has WOL on BIOS settings?

To send a WOL command http://magicpacket.********/thankyou15.htm
the link dones't work and my brother laptop dones't have WOL on bios settings nope...i not understand why some rdp's u cerate an acc. and u are able to connect everytime u want
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07 Jan 2017   #9
Alejandro85

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by savinio0 View Post
:when he ''shut down'' the laptop I can not connect remotelly to his laptop anymore,how to fix that?
The problem is evident, when a computer is shut down, it stops doing everything and is simply turned off! It's logical that you won't be able to connect, it's impossible to a turned off machine. The "fix" is trivially simple: ask him to leave the computer turned on when he leaves and otherwise not using it.
This is the exact reason why servers are powered 24/7, nobody wants his website down when the IT staff leaves.

This is true not only with computers. Every imaginable machine does literally "nothing" when turned off, this has been the same since centuries ago

About Wake-On-Lan, for it to work, you need to setup it in the BIOS, then in Windows you don't shut down, but instead either hibernate or suspend (when powered off, it doesn't works). Also, you need a wired connection, and obviously the computer needs power (plugged to the wall, but a battery will do for a while).
On the client side, you need to use a special program for sending the "magic packet" that triggers the power on, wait for it to fully start, then you can connect.
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23 Jan 2017   #10
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
For Win 8 you should post on Windows 8 Forums
Do you want to have access as a user or you want to share files and folders.

I use TeamViewer to access other computers. It's like you're using his computer with your screen, mouse and keyboard. You can download or upload from / to your computer. VERY GOOD. http://download.teamviewer.com/downl...ewer_Setup.exe

If the remote has WOL BIOS setting (Wakeup on Lan) you can send a command by LAN to wake it up.
i want fast share and also connect or at leats one of them
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