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Remote Desktop Port Forwarding Windows 10



Remote Desktop satisfies several purposes when it comes to connecting a PC located at a different location. But when it comes to interacting with a device from an extrinsic network, you need to enable Remote Desktop Port Forwarding Windows 10 on the home network. Basically, it maps the port of the router's IP to the IP of Win10 desktop that you prefer to remotely access. To make it simple, there are plenty of points to which a system, a process, or even a program connects. And these points are generally called port. Factually, they are in control of Windows RDP service 3389. Hence, it becomes necessary to assign the default port as 3389. Once you turn on this accessibility feature, remotely carrying out any task will become possible. However, to accomplish this task, you have two methods - through Windows Firewall and by means of a Router. The first option is pretty simple whereas doing it using a router needs some attention.

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Remote Desktop Port Forwarding Windows 10

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