How to Use Remote Desktop via CCProxy

2014/07/22 15:39

1.1 Configure Port Map

Assume the IP address of the machine that needs to be controlled by remote desktop is 31.211.248.10.

1) On the main interface of CCProxy, click the "Options" button(Figure 1-1).

The Main Interface of CCproxy

Figure 1‑1

2) On the popup "Configuration" dialogue box, select the "Port Map" check box, then click the "E" button(Figure 1-2).

The Configuration Dialogue Box

Figure 1‑2

3) The "Port Map" dialogue box will pop up.

    In the "Dest Host" edit box, type the IP address of the machine that needs to be controlled by remote desktop, such as 31.211.248.10; in "Dest Port" and "Local Port" edit boxes type "3389", click "Port Type" combo box,         select "TCP"; click the "Add" button, and then click the "OK" button(Figure 1-3).

The Port Map Dialogue Box

Figure 1‑3

1.2 Proxy Clients Configuration

Assume the IP address of the proxy server is 192.168.1.147, the account of the machine controlled by remote desktop is "Administrator", and the password is "1234567".

1) Click "Start", and then click "Run". In the popup "Run" dialogue box, type "mstsc", and then press the "Enter" key(Figure 1-4).

Type Mstsc in Run Dialogue Box

Figure 1‑4

2) In the popup "Remote Desktop Connection" dialogue box, type the proxy server's IP address, namely, 192.168.1.147, then click the "Connect" button(Figure 1-5).

The Remote Desktop Connection Dialogue Box

Figure 1‑5

3) Account Loggin dialogue box will pop up, type the account name and password of the machine which needs to be controlled by remote desktop, and then press the "Enter" key(Figure 1-6).

Type Account Name and Password

Figure 1‑6

4) After successfully configured the remote desktop, you can use remote desktop now(Figure 1-7).

Remote Desktop

Figure 1‑7




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