How to log in to your PC remotely over Meshnet
Learn how to access your computer remotely over Meshnet from Windows, macOS, or Linux.
Accessing your computer remotely is becoming an increasingly requested function. You may want to use it while traveling, being away on a business trip, or working from home. Meshnet helps protect your remote connection from unauthorized access while keeping it easy to set up.
With Meshnet, you don't have to open your remote device to the public internet, leaving your sensitive data vulnerable to interception. Instead, all the data sent between your local computer and the remote system is encrypted. Additionally, you can restrict which devices are allowed to connect to your Meshnet or manage access permissions for already linked devices.
Another benefit of using Meshnet for remote connections could be enhanced collaboration between team members. Meshnet is easily scaled by adding more devices to the network. Your colleagues can access a set of resources on the same computer from any device and location, making it easier to get work done.
This guide helps you connect to your computer remotely over Meshnet by using various solutions and technologies tailored for a graphical user interface (GUI) approach. For information on accessing devices via SSH, refer to the How to access remote systems over Meshnet using SSH article.
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