How to add port number to remote desktop?

Time:2020-1-22

How to add port number to remote desktop?
IIS7 remote control:
1. The latest version of IIS7 remote desktop management in Chinese is a professional remote desktop management tool, which updates the original 09 network remote desktop management. Compared with the previous version, it is more convenient to operate. It can remote multiple servers at the same time, and can switch freely between multiple servers without any pressure. IIS7 remote desktop management can save, edit and delete your remote server information.
2. IIS7 remote desktop management has an intuitive interface designed for all types of users, which is easy to deploy and use in the enterprise environment. One click Import server information.
3. Other features of IIS7 Remote Desktop Management:
A. It has grouping function, and the servers under each grouping can be seen at a glance.
B. select the format of the imported text, completely eliminate the occurrence of coding errors.
C. add a single server manually, and add a new server easily.
D. support feature search and locate the server with features in one step.
E. the expiration function reminds you that you don’t need to worry about the overdue and non renewed fees.
F. optimize the re import function, and import the server information with one click.
In network technology, port includes two types: logical port and physical port. Physical port refers to the physically existing port, such as ADSL modem, hub, switch, router interface used to connect other network devices, such as RJ-45 port, SC port, etc.
The logical port refers to the port used to distinguish services in the logical sense, such as the service port in the TCP / IP protocol. The port number ranges from 0 to 65535, such as port 80 for browsing web services, port 21 for FTP services, etc. Due to the large number of physical ports and logical ports, in order to distinguish the ports, each port is numbered, which is the port number.

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