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Elegant and affordable Remote Desktop Servers around the world — Take command of your remote desktop with full admin access and secure connections. High-speed servers running on top-tier infrastructure featuring the Windows version of your choice, all at extremely affordable prices.
What’s the Difference Between VPS and Remote Desktop Servers?
Well, they’re basically the same since both involve a virtual server and both involve remote connections. There are some important differences when it comes to functionality, though. Usually, RDP accounts offered by hosting companies don’t include administrator-level access (also called root access) since they’re hosted on (often very crowded) servers but a VPS includes root access and SSH connectivity since it’s an autonomous virtual environment. Here at RouterHosting, however, our Remote Desktop Server actually is a form of VPS, since it gives you full admin access, full isolation, and zero resource contention. But unlike a general-purpose VPS, which is usually used to host websites or web apps, our Remote Desktop Servers are precision-made for just one single purpose, to host an RDP server. That means you won’t be paying extra for resources and services you won’t need while avoiding shared hosting shortcomings.
What is RDP?
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a Microsoft protocol you can use to remotely connect to another computer over the Internet. An RDP client software uses the protocol to connect to a Windows machine running the RDP server. There are various other software available for different operating systems, including numerous Linux distros, Mac, FreeBSD, or even mobile systems like iOS and Android.
What is Remote Desktop Server Hosting?
Say, for whatever reason, you need to run your own Remote Desktop; what will you do? One way is to buy Windows hosting services, manually set up and configure the RDP server, and use it through your favorite client software. But what if you’re not exactly the most experienced admin or a developer? Besides, a general-purpose hosting solution is not geared for RDP. There will be many features and resources you won’t need or many that will be lacking. That’s why we offer high-performance server solutions tailor-made for your remote desktop needs.
RouterHosting offers top-tier Remote Desktop Server Solutions hosted on the latest infrastructure at 15 global locations. With servers at strategic worldwide locations, you’ll have guaranteed minimal latency and 99.95% uptime. Our proprietary allocation system ensures maximum server security and isolation, with zero resource contention. Pay for everything your way with RouterHositng’s credit card, PayPal, and cryptocurrency payment options. We provide a wide array of plans with different resources for different budgets. This way, you’ll be sure to find a plan that suits your needs and if you don’t, you can always call us to arrange for a customized plan.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is RDP VPS?
RDP stands for Remote Desktop Protocol and as you can guess from the name, it’s a protocol designed to connect to a remote computer using a network connection. Since RDP is made and maintained by Microsoft, the server you connect to is usually a Windows machine. The client can be any compatible software running and can run on various operating systems, including Linux, Mac, FreeBSD, and, of course, Windows.
How Can I Connect to My Remote Desktop?
There are numerous native and 3rd-party clients available on all sorts of operating systems and even apps for mobile devices. If you’re just starting out, it’s probably best to use a client with an intuitive, easy-to-use GUI like TeamViewer, or even Microsoft’s own Remote Desktop.
Can I Connect Using VNC Protocols Instead of RDP?
Sure. Our Remote Desktop Server Solutions also support connections via the VNC protocols. If you’re a power user, admin, or developer or just looking to trade some speed for more robust security, there are various VNC server/client software you can set up on your Remote Desktop Server. [Please consult our knowledge base article or] Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions on setting up a VNC.
I Use a Mac at Home. Can I Still Use Your Remote Desktop Servers?
Of course you can! You can use any RDP client software on any operating system to connect to RouterHosting’s Remote Desktop Server. Most popular clients are available for Mac, so you can just pick one that suits your needs and enjoy your own remote Windows PC. Oh, and here’s a tutorial in case you need help setting things up.
How Can I Boost My RDP Connection Security?
While we use special hardware and software security measures to safeguard your Remote Desktop, you can never be too secure, especially since RDP is a focus of hackers and malware. Here are some simple steps you can take to amp up your RDP security.
- Use Strong Passwords
- Choose unique and complex passwords that include lower- and upper-case characters, numerals, and symbols. You can also consider using a password generator for even stronger passwords.
- Change Default RDP Port
- Remote Desktop uses port 3389 by default and this is very common knowledge and a potential security risk. One way to overcome this is to change the port used by Remote Desktop. Here’s how to do it on Windows 10.
- Restrict User Access to Remote Desktop
- By default, all admin accounts can use Remote Desktop, an easily corrected security flaw. [Here’s how to do it on Windows 10]
- Update Oh-So-Very Frequently
- New updates and patches are being released all the time and they are essential to keeping your Remote Desktop secure. We already update your operating system for you, so you should focus on installing the Remote Desktop software updates as frequently as possible.
There are other, more advanced countermeasures you can take, so make sure to visit our Knowledge Base for how-tos and tutorials.
Do I Have to Use Microsoft Remote Desktop to Connect?
No, you don’t. You can use any RDP client you want to connect to your Remote Desktop Server. Here are some examples: TeamViewer, RemotePC, Splashtop, Remmina, …
Where Are Your Servers Located?
We offer servers all over the globe. With 15 data centers at strategic and convenient locations in North America, Europe, and East Asia, your Remote Desktop will be ever available with minimal latency, high redundancy, and maximum uptime.
Can I Pay You with Ethereum?
Definitely. Our cryptocurrency payment option includes Bitcoin as well as all major Altcoins, including Ethereum. For further info, you can take a look at our crypto payment page here.