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Re: [K12OSN] Remote control - How ?



Good idea.  Also, make sure it's tunneled in an SSH session.  So, you'll
want to allow SSH to that server from your remote IP address.

Another option is to have an IPSec VPN gateway at your remote site and
use something like VPNC to get into the network.

--TP

Huck wrote:
> freenx...
>
> yum install freenx-server  I think is the correct package..
>
> search the archives for it...fairly simple to setup...
>
> and then from the folks at NOMACHINE....grab the NXclient...
>
> fastest way with GUI anyway...
>
> --Huck
>
> Ken Johnson wrote:
>> I need to support a K12LTSP classroom in a neighboring state.
>>
>> Is it possible (and if so, how) to remotely, with permission, access
>> this K12LTSP server. Ideally, I need to be able to remotely, see and
>> control the screen like teachertool allows you to, locally.
>>
>> Could I run an application like fl_teachertool or Open Office
>> remotely to respond to the Teacher's support requests?
>>
>> What would it take to do this? I am running K12LTSP 6
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>> Ken Johnson
>>
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