If you would like to expose RDP on a system that is connected to our VPN you need to use Port Forwarding.
- Activate Port Forwarding. You will be assigned a random port number which you can view in the Client Area. As an example lets use 44897.
- Choose a server to connect to from our server list. Connect to the VPN server and identify the IP address you are assigned when VPN connection is established. You can do this by visiting a site such as dnsleaktest.com. For example lets say it is 22.214.171.124.
- Change the RDP listening port on your host from the standard port of 3089 to the port you were assigned above (44897 in our example).
- Click the Windows button. Type regedit. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINES\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp. Right-click Port Number and click Modify. Fill in new port number value.
- Add an exception rule to your firewall to allow the connection. Click the Windows button. Type wf.msc. Click on Inbound rules in the left sidebar. Click on New Rule on the right sidebar. In the wizard that appears check Port and then Next and Apply rule for TCP and then enter your new RDP listening port number in the specific Local ports and Allow the connection. Then Apply the rule for both Private & Public networks. Give it a name and finish the wizard.
- You should now be able to establish RDP connection to your computer that is connected via 126.96.36.199:44897.