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Remote Desktop on Debian Using X2Go

This article will guide you on the steps to set up remote desktop on #Debian. X2Go can be used to access Windows systems through a #proxy. Client packages can be run on #FreeBSD, Linux, #OS X, or #Windows. 

With the desktop sharing function of X2go you can gain full-access to the desktop of another computer, similar to programs such as Remote Desktop, TeamViewer, and LogMeIn. You can see an #X2go session from somebody else, but you can also see a normal desktop. Desktop Sharing functionality requires access to port 22.

To Connect to Linux Remotely Using #SSH in #PuTTY:

1. Select Session > Host Name.

2. Input the #Linux computer's network name, or enter the IP address you noted earlier.

3. Select SSH, then Open.

4. When prompted to accept the certificate for the connection, do so.

5. Enter the username and password to sign into your Linux device.

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Remote Desktop Connection An Internal Error has Occurred

In this article, we discussed about the different ways to fix Remote Desktop Connection Error: Internal Error has Occurred which is generally caused by issues in the RDP settings or its local group policy security.

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RDS User Profile Disks on Windows

In this guide, we learnt that RDS User Profile Disks is an alternative to roaming profiles and folder redirection in the RDS scenarios. Also, we saw how to configure it.

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