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Looking for the best, and cheapest, Windows VPS hosting? Perhaps you’re looking for the benefits and convenience of a remotely accessible Windows desktop environment or you’re looking to run .ASP applications, or maybe you just want to browse the Internet privately on a Windows VPS using Remote Desktop — whatever you’re reason we just completed […]

How to Setup Secure Remote Desktops With VNC on Your VPS

Tags: , , Date/Time: May 7, 2021 @ 6:05 am, by raindog308

Most of what you do with your VPS may take place either at the command line or by interacting with various web pages.  But what if you need to run a desktop GUI application?  That’s where VNC (Virtual Network Computing) comes in handy.  You can “remote desktop” into your VPS. In this tutorial, I’ll setup […]

How to Access a Windows VPS using Remote Desktop

Tags: , Date/Time: September 24, 2020 @ 5:35 am, by Jon Biloh

Windows VPS’s are widely used nowadays. They can be used for numerous purposes and could be set up according to your needs. A typical scenario is to use Windows VPS as a web host for a website. This provides much better control and customization options compared to using a shared hosting server. You can install […]

How to Install Remote Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04 with XRDP

Tags: , , , Date/Time: September 3, 2020 @ 5:59 am, by Jon Biloh

This article was contributed by Dustin B. Cisneros of RackNerd – LowEndBox appreciates your contribution as always! Looking for a KVM VPS to run Remote Desktop on? Be sure to check out RackNerd’s latest LowEndBox specials if you are looking for a KVM VPS. In this tutorial we will be showing you how to set […]

How to Setup a Browser-Based Desktop with a Single Script

Tags: , , , Date/Time: August 20, 2020 @ 12:00 pm, by raindog308

In August 2020, @dedipromo posted a neat script on LowEndTalk that he’d developed.  The script sets up Guacamole, Nginx, the xfce4 desktop GUI, Firefox, VNC, and Let’s Encrypt.  After running it, you can point your web browser at your VPS and access a normal Linux desktop without having to use a VNC or other remote […]