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How to connect to a machine behind a firewall using VNC?
I am trying to connect to my computer in laboratory from home. I have installed Remmina on my laptop home and X11VNC server on the computer in the lab. When I have the laptop in the laboratory I can ...
Jan 21 '13 at 6:48
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