Enable Remote Desktop or VNC Remotely

August 22, 2006 at 8:18 am Leave a comment

Sysadmins are absent minded people. well maybe that’s a hasty generalization from a sample of n=1. anyway, did this ever happen to you? after finish setting up a freshly-installed Windows Server in the server room, you walk back to your cubicle and then realized that you forgot to enable Remote Desktop (RDP)? well this is if so, then Remote Desktop Enabler from IntelliAdmin is the tool for you. it is a standalone-program that lets you specify the name or IP address of your Server, credentials (you did remember to add your alias/username rite?) and there you go.

download from here

what about VNC? well they’ve got it too with VNCPasswordSet.

download from here

IntelliAdmin Website here.

they’ve got lots of other tools for administrators like disable a local floppy, CD-ROM, USB Drive remotely (which is just basically a front-end GUI for Remote Registry), VNC Navigator which allows you to easily manage your VNC connections, VNC Flaw Test (which allows you test your installation of VNC for the password bypass vulnerability) just to name a few. Some good tips too at the blog for system administration.


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