How to use RDP from Windows to connect to Debian or Ubuntu machine

You need to access your Linux machine that is running [easyazon_link asin=”1783283114″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” tag=”wn0d5-20″] Debian [/easyazon_link] or Ubuntu  from Windows with use of Remote Desktop Connection. This is easy and simple task and you can use Microsoft Remote Desktop connection or what I am using the MobaXterm client.

On [easyazon_link asin=”1565927052″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” tag=”wn0d5-20″] Debian [/easyazon_link] install xRDP package and you will be set to connect from Windows machine at no time. xRDP is a server which allows you to connect remotely to Linux box via Remote Desktop Connection. No configuration required, you will be asked only to use your Linux credentials in order to connect.

apt-get install xrdp


Once installed you can go back to your Windows machine and use RDP or MobaXterm to connect to your Debian or Ubuntu machine.

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One Reply to “How to use RDP from Windows to connect to Debian or Ubuntu machine”

  1. Alternatively, you may try tools like on premise R-HUB remote support servers for remotely accessing computers. It works on Windows, MAC, iOS, Android Unix, Linux etc.

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