remote access to host pc

  mickgibbo2 21:32 23 Dec 2003
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My office network consists of 3 desktops running win98se linked through a dlink router using rj45 cables. in turn the router is connected to the web via bt broadband.we do not have a fixed ip address.
At home i have a similar setup using a netgear router connected to telewest blueyonder broadband.
I want to be able to access my computers in my office using a laptop with win98se / xp dual boot. I believe that i can do this via the broadband connections but do not have a clue a) how to achieve the connection or b)what information i need to set up such a link. I understand that using pc anywhere is one possible solution.
is there any kind soul out there who can give me an idea where to start.

  Chegs ® 23:10 23 Dec 2003

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Get this prog,install it on each machine you wish to access/use for host,the prog comes with a readme,I tried Remote Assistance in XP,was sick of running backwards and forwards accepting connection from puter,etc.This works "straight out the box" requiring a password setting up and then off you go.The remote machines ISP connection IP address changing might cause probs,so before leaving remote machines,get its IP addresses.

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