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A less secure but more convenient way to access your PC s desktop across a network is to use Ubuntu s Remote Desktop feature. The advantage of this method is that the desktop of the remote computer appears in a window on the remote computer s desktop, so there s no need to kill the existing X server and start a new one. Remote Desktop uses the Virtual Network Computing (VNC) software to share the desktop. Sharing is the key word because, effectively, anyone who connects will take control of the main desktop. They will control the mouse and keyboard input. However, there are a couple of important differences compared to accessing X across an ssh connection: Although the password is sent encrypted, the rest of the VNC data transfers aren t. Complete encryption is possible using special versions of VNC, or via an OpenSSH tunnel, but this can be difficult to set up on the Windows end of the connection. The remote desktop isn t blanked, so anyone standing in front of the computer will be able to see what you re doing. This could present a security/privacy risk. If you re prepared to put up with these caveats, then allowing remote desktop access on a computer is easy. Here s the procedure: 1. Click System Preferences and then click Remote Desktop. Put a check alongside Allow Other Users to View Your Desktop and ensure there s a check in the box alongside Allow Other Users to Control Your Desktop, as shown in Figure 34-3. Beneath this option, you can choose whether the user can confirm each connection and whether you want to set a password. Both options add to the security of your system, although the confirmation option will mean that someone will have to be at the computer to authorize an incoming connection.
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Figure 34-3. Ubuntu s Remote Desktop feature lets you share your desktop but isn t as secure as making an X server connection across SSH.
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Note Ignore the information in the dialog box about how users can view your desktop, because the address it gives is wrong. Instead, you should find out your computer s IP address and use that. To do this, click Applications System Tools Network Tools. Ensure your network device is selected in the dropdown list and look for the IPv4 IP address in the list.
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2. On the computer from which you want to connect to the remote desktop, click Applications Internet Terminal Server Client. In the Computer field, enter the IP address of the computer you wish to connect to. In the Protocol drop-down list, select VNC. Then click Connect. 3. You ll be prompted to enter the password, if one is applicable, and you should then see the remote computer s desktop in a window. Once you ve finished, simply close the window to terminate the connection.
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The Terminal Server Client program allows you to connect to a variety of remote desktop server programs and, in particular, Windows XP or Windows 2000 computers via the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Unfortunately, Windows XP Home, Me, 98, and 95 don t support RDP connections, which means that they aren t able to run an RDP server and allow other computers to access their desktops. However, there is a way to access the desktop of these computers remotely using some add-in software.
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Using Terminal Server Client to access a Windows XP Professional, 2000, or NT computer is easy. Here, I use an XP Professional machine as an example, but the instructions are valid for 2000 and NT, too. You ll find the Terminal Server Client program on the Applications Internet menu. Once it s running, in the Computer field, type either the IP address of the machine or its FQDN (if applicable). You don t need to type the username, password, or any other details. Click Connect, and a new window should appear in which you should see an XP login prompt. You should then log in to Windows using your username and password.
Caution If you haven t set a password for your user account on the Windows machine, you won t be able to log in. This is a quirk of the Windows XP RDP system. The solution is simple: use the User Accounts applet within the Windows Control Panel to assign yourself a password.
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