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Hello CamT,

 

Please can you tell me how to dial-in into "my cameyo cloud server" via a raw RDP connect.....?

..........as  compared to dialing in from a html5 browser.......?

It's a "low overhead" dial-in that i require.........so that i can easily manage (apps and so forth) on my Cameyo cloud server.

 

thankyou

 

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rdp file can be downloaded from your server page by clicking ADMIN dropdown arrow.



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not sure....

 

i clicked the ADMIN arrow....and it launches the cloud server desktop no?

 

can you tell me?......is your "desktop cameyo player app" requiring NET 3 right?....can NET 3 go onto win XP SP3....?

 

(i thihnk it can)

 

thanks

 

S

 

 



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OK i understand what you mean

 

i download the RDP file....it seems to contain a password and the IP address

 

when i click on the .RDP file it opens up the WINDOWS RDP client but nothing

is filled in the boxes

 

what is my computer name?

what is the domain?

 

what is the server name etc?

 

 

i belive my computer name is on the server page right....something like

JAMESOPUS.CLOUD.2 

 

i can also see the server page contains a long contrived Token name

for the cloud server id.....is that what i use?

 

essentially, how do i do a raw RDP connection into my cameyo cloud server desktop please?

 

i will try again....and i will always make sure that indeed my cloud server is actually running

 

thanks

 

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computer name is default name of the rdp file. it is an IP address. it is also inside the rdp file and on your server page as last IP.

user name is AdminUser

password was provided in window when you clicked generate rdp file

the IP address and password change every time the server powers on so you will have to generate a new rdp file.

 



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Right Apple...thanks for the speedy reply.

 

i will go ahead and try that specification.

 

There are two laptops here that are free donations. While they are in "absolutely perfect condition" and cost almost 2000$ each.....that was back in 2003, so they are very very old machines.

They only run winXP SP3.  

 

THerefor, RDP is a low overhead way for these machines to deal with Cameyo.

 

I wonder if you happen to know?....does the Cameyo desktop app require SP3?......since it know it already requires NET 3.0 right?

Does NET 3.0 run on "non SSE2 chips"?.....?.....since one of these laptops only contains an AMD Athlon SSE cpu chip.

 

 

 

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i tried but could not get RDP working...



it's a win XP SP2 machine going into your cloud servers. Maybe it just does not work?



I checked all my local client side firewalls to OFF.....made sure my RDP service and tool was correctly running.

and made sure RDP was running on your cloud server....(but i am unsure about your cloud server firewalls.)



I used all the correct specs and tried to dial in....it DID try for a while but just returned "can't connect" etc



i made sure that the cloud server was correctly running and even logged out of it from the typical web browser

client ....before trying to run an RDP to it.



any ideas?....can you emulate the specs above on a virtual machine and see if it works?



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to RDP from xp sp2, you have to disable Network Level Authentication on the server. to RDP from xp sp3, enable Network Level Authentication on xp sp3.

Cameyo packages don't require .net, but to edit packages, you should have .net 2.

using xp leaves you wide open though. i have a friend who upgraded a 15 year old computer from xp to win10 and it works. original cost was less than $2000 so maybe you can do it too. of course the computer is slower with win10 than xp but it's safer. if win10 won't work, consider linux.



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ok......so the machine dialing into an RDP session....is the client....the machine supplying

the OS and session is the server 

so your saying for an xp sp2 client....i need to disable NET LEVEL  AUTH on my cameyo cloud server....?

 

for using an xp sp3 client........you would need  to disable NET LEVEL AUTH on the actual sp3 client machine.......not disable anything on the cloud server...?

 

hmm

 

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for XP SP2 client, you need to disable NLA on the host because XP SP2 doesn't do NLA.  XP SP3 is capable of NLA but it isn't enabled by default, therefore it needs to be enabled on the client first.



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Also Team,

 

i saw your "consider Linux" comment and i certainly DO run Linux  on my 15 year old

laptops.....but i run TINYCORE LINUX and the only web browser they offer is an older

Chromium.....which no longer dials into Cameyo.  (it USED TO work.....before cameyo did upgrades)

 

THere are several other Linux OS versions here......but i like to use extremely SMALL linux distros thatboot off USB PEN....such as "Alpine Linux" ....."Tinycore Linux"....etc..etc...."Slitaz linux"

These tiny Linux OS's are all just about 10 megabyte operating systems. So they are great.

 

I have no doubt that ONE of my Linux flavors will have an ENOUGH of an up to date web browser to dial into cameyo..........so i could try them.........

 

......but which Linux flavors and Linux browsers  do Cameyo really support?

 

I know Cameyo used to work FINE with several Linux browsers inside the Tinycore Linux distro......browsers such as "dwb" browser because i successfully used Cameyo through them....

 

.....but sadly now, all my Linux browsers are  broken after Cameyo did a further uprgrade....

 

I currently access Cameyo from win32 via a browser called "Slimjet" which is a fast flavor

of chrome............and that browser still works.....so i hope Cameyo keeps that as the case.

 

But one of the laptops here can't run "Slimjet" or Chrome etc on win32 because of it's old SSE cpu chip. Therefor i doubt it would run them through some LINUX either.......although it's worth a try

 

thx


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