What do I need to connect my office pc to my home pc to share files

By letgo59 ·
What do I need to make this happen I want to connect a server at home to the client computer in a office over the internet

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couple ideas

by Neon Samurai In reply to What do I need to connect ...

The minimum you need is a basic ftp server on the "work server" and any ftp client on the "home computer". That does open up some security issues to consider since ftp is not encrypted. Secure FTP can be setup also though it depends on the ftp server program you choose.

Since it's a business, the better idea may be a VPN connection. Your home computer becomes part of the work network through an encrypted tunnel. That would make all mapped network drives and such function like you where in the office.

The easiest option is to buy a four gig flashdrive and just carry your current work files with you. In Windows, the briefcase folders work well enough to keep the original on the flashdrive and a sync'd copy in a briefcase folder.

If it's rediculous amounts of information, you can get a full-blown usb hard drive. I think they're up to 80gig or some such thing now. It's not as convenient as a flashdrive (my 4gig looks like a stick of trident gum) but still easier to carry than a notebook.

Both usb drive options could be encrypted if loss was a concern.

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snt do it

by sessw In reply to couple ideas

a http tunnel windows server software, super network tunnel can do it perfect, get it from

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Connection your pc from internet

Connecting your PC online is very easy. You just make an account on dyndns, make a url in your account. Its all free, after that download dyndns application from same site & install it on your server PC. Login on this application by using ID and password. Now you only have to do just open your browser or remote desktop on client pc and put this url in this. You will be connected to your PC. Just try this

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