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wood1e2

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  1. Hi thanks for the wonderful explanation. I found my external device DHCP IP and placed that into ESET existing 'trusted Zone' and logged in no worries I only need access within the office, so this is perfect, I can now get rid of all remote software I have . Many thanks for that. It is like breathe of fresh air
  2. @itman I have added the IP address, but it doesn't seem to work See here: As soon as I remove the firewall, bingo I am in. thanks for the article, I don't understand the scripts, and the 'Computer Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Restricted Groups' don't exist on my WIN10 machine. So I think I will just migrate over the backups to the new user... But if I could solve the 'Zones' issue that would be great @peteyt that's great I can't get it to work for me.
  3. @itman I have WIN10 pro @Hpoonis I am fed up of Remote PC just freezing on top of disconnecting every 30 minutes. TeamViewer was good but as you say they only want high spending big business!! Such a shame! So for me RDP seems the better solution although there is some hick ups. A) can't get firewall to accept me B) I have to use a new different account on WIN machine. I don't know why it won't accept my standard user when try to connect . So I am going to have to back up and install all software on this new win user! C) I have to click on WIN machine to accept my remote access I work from home and find it really handy to be able to remote into the WIN machine to run software whilst working on my Mac. @Marcos the only way I have been able to get the system to connect is to turn off ESET firewall. If I don't the remote connection just doesn't happen.
  4. Hi, I am trying to make an exception so I can access my laptop remotely. I believe I have to enter something in the Firewall, but I canot figure it out, can you help? Many thanks in advance
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