VSC Networking and Design
To: The Board of Directors, Staff, Associates and my Fellow Classmates
From: Rev. Frank Paul Jones
RE:VSC Networking and Design
Date: 4 September 2012
Actually this document is the solution to a query addressed in my introduction to a new way of using DAW technology using already developed technology thru designing and implementing software applications in a controlled environment. Therefore security is a factor both in cyberspace over a WAN network to the actually location of the LAN. Confidential clearance.
There are several approaches to designing a LAN to have remote access of a computer in another geographical area/location. Though the aim is mass production, the ideal design would be peer to peer communications. The difference between the two is a matter of investment capital. As a small business would prefer more access over more autonomy, but due to the current market in the DAW industry whereby the license agreement is to one end user, to make this work the producer has to be the end user at both locations. A special users license agreement has to be drawn.
The VSC Technology Solution for Windows:
Connect to another computer using Remote Desktop Connection
With Remote Desktop Connection, you can access a computer running Windows from another computer running Windows that is connected to the same network or to the Internet. For example, you can use all of your work computer's programs, files, and network resources from your home computer, and it's just like you're sitting in front of your computer at work.
To connect to a remote computer, that computer must be turned on, it must have a network connection, Remote Desktop must be enabled, you must have network access to the remote computer (this could be through the Internet), and you must have permission to connect. For permission to connect, you must be on the list of users. The steps below include adding names to that list.
To find the Remote Desktop Connection shortcut, click the Start button , click All Programs or Programs, and then click Accessories. To quickly open Remote Desktop Connection, open the Start menu, and then type mstsc in the Search box.
• You cannot use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to computers running Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Basic N, or Windows Vista Home Premium. You can, however, connect from those editions of Windows Vista to computers running other versions of Windows.
• You cannot use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to computers running Windows XP Home Edition.
For more information concerning the reasoning behind this conclusion read further:
Spam? (Guess I'll get a lengthy answer ;))
Yeah you'll be answered with more spam that doesn't answer anything :D
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