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Accessing a Server not on the same Network!

By luv2bike2 ·
Is it possible to access a server using terminal services that IS NOT on the same network but at the same room as all the other servers on a different network? One of my co-workers would like to access (administrate) a server that is on a different network then all the other servers from his desk. If it is not possible to use Terminal Services is there another way besides walking over to the computer room and accessing it through the main console?

Thanks in advance.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Accessing a Server not on ...

those 2 networks should be able to talk to each other somehow, Else for you won't be able to connect no matter what software you use.
There is 1 exception I can think of, if the TS server has a internet ip, and the machine on the other network can access the internet. That's the only way.

Leopold

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by james.clark In reply to Accessing a Server not on ...

Yeah. As long as the other computer your trying to connect to has an Outside IP, you could connect to it with port 3389. The other way you could do it is set it up on your network as a TRUSTED DOMAIN... See if that works.

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