[Help] Installing VPN on Windows Server 2008 r2 VPS
2015-01-24, 01:38 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-01-24, 01:38 AM by TheWolf.)
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I installed cyberghost vpn on my vps. After connecting with another IP I lost the RDP connection as my IP is changed. I had to restart the vps to access it again via RDP. So, anyone here knows any way to install a vpn on a vps without losing RDP access?

Thanks in advance.

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2015-01-24, 03:34 AM,
#2
Basically get VNC access from admin Panel and remove VPN
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TheWolf(2015-01-24 03:04 PM) 
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2015-01-24, 03:45 AM,
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Use Team Viewer Is will done right
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TheWolf(2015-01-24 03:12 PM) 
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2015-01-24, 06:42 AM,
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(2015-01-24, 03:45 AM)s32x Wrote: Use Team Viewer Is will done right

Yep, TV or VNC will do the trick.
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TheWolf(2015-01-24 03:12 PM) 
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2015-01-24, 03:11 PM,
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(2015-01-24, 03:45 AM)s32x Wrote: Use Team Viewer Is will done right

(2015-01-24, 06:42 AM)jugnujinga Wrote:
(2015-01-24, 03:45 AM)s32x Wrote: Use Team Viewer Is will done right

Yep, TV or VNC will do the trick.

I tried before. The problem is you have keep RDP open in order to use TV. Otherwise it will show a black screen like this:
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But when I connect with the vpn I lose my RDP connection. So there is no way to keep my RDP open and therefore TV is useless.

Will try VNC. Thanks for you answer guys.

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2015-01-24, 03:16 PM,
#6
Team viewer will work unfortunately the speed of the IP you are using is not that good so it won't be able to connect
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TheWolf(2015-01-24 06:55 PM) 
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2015-01-24, 04:21 PM,
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i have tried teamviewer versus classic [VMware ESXi (5.0)/Citrix Xen Server/Proxmox VE/SolusVM ]and classic rdp clients in a vps environment.
the teamviewer was the faster because it didint load the graphs. you see the winvps like in a cloudy dream but you can work.
all of these in a 100mbps , 10000+ passmark score / 2 vcpu 2 mb/ram 10mbps ssd per vps
other side
vice versa in specs :-)

PS: if you want to hide behind dont use vpn use proxy or better socks (http is fastere because of caching but scoks os universal see download uplaod content).
PS: if you want to make programs work behind proxy and they dont have the proxy option then must use seperate containers vps's. but a lot if not all companies does not allow vps over vps because they dont harware share the VT instructions.
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TheWolf(2015-01-24 06:55 PM) 
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2015-01-24, 04:29 PM,
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I have used teamviewer in this regards. What you want to do is below things in order to have a successful connection to your VPS with VPN on:

  1. Log into your VPS via normal RDP mode. Turn the teamviewer on.
  2. In options of teamviewer, there must an option saying to setup remote/unattended access. By turning that on, what will happen is that when you try to connect, you will be logged into right away and won't need have to accept the incoming connection. This is especially needed when the proxy/VPN is active.
  3. Now close your VPS and turn on the teamviewer on your normal desktop and try to connect to the TV ID of your VPS. Note, at this point, the VPN should STILL be disabled.
  4. Now that you have established connection with your VPS through Teamviewer, go enable the VPN in the VPS and you would not loose connection since Teamviewer is attached to the teamviewer session and NOT your VPS IP address.

Hope this helps!
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-B0SS-(2015-03-02 06:16 PM) TheWolf(2015-01-24 06:55 PM) 
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2015-01-24, 11:31 PM,
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(2015-01-24, 04:29 PM)Pratik. Wrote: I have used teamviewer in this regards. What you want to do is below things in order to have a successful connection to your VPS with VPN on:

  1. Log into your VPS via normal RDP mode. Turn the teamviewer on.
  2. In options of teamviewer, there must an option saying to setup remote/unattended access. By turning that on, what will happen is that when you try to connect, you will be logged into right away and won't need have to accept the incoming connection. This is especially needed when the proxy/VPN is active.
  3. Now close your VPS and turn on the teamviewer on your normal desktop and try to connect to the TV ID of your VPS. Note, at this point, the VPN should STILL be disabled.
  4. Now that you have established connection with your VPS through Teamviewer, go enable the VPN in the VPS and you would not loose connection since Teamviewer is attached to the teamviewer session and NOT your VPS IP address.

Hope this helps!

I'm certain to fullest extent that this too won't work. because this scenario exists with CyberGhost VPN connecting process which take place in end users pc.

Quick solution - Try another VPN and It should do the job. Cool

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2015-01-25, 12:00 AM,
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(2015-01-24, 11:31 PM)Incredible Wrote:
(2015-01-24, 04:29 PM)Pratik. Wrote: I have used teamviewer in this regards. What you want to do is below things in order to have a successful connection to your VPS with VPN on:

  1. Log into your VPS via normal RDP mode. Turn the teamviewer on.
  2. In options of teamviewer, there must an option saying to setup remote/unattended access. By turning that on, what will happen is that when you try to connect, you will be logged into right away and won't need have to accept the incoming connection. This is especially needed when the proxy/VPN is active.
  3. Now close your VPS and turn on the teamviewer on your normal desktop and try to connect to the TV ID of your VPS. Note, at this point, the VPN should STILL be disabled.
  4. Now that you have established connection with your VPS through Teamviewer, go enable the VPN in the VPS and you would not loose connection since Teamviewer is attached to the teamviewer session and NOT your VPS IP address.

Hope this helps!

I'm certain to fullest extent that this too won't work. because this scenario exists with CyberGhost VPN connecting process which take place in end users pc.

Quick solution - Try another VPN and It should do the job. Cool
This should work because I have tried this with many type of VPNs because I wanted to test too, in past. :)

Let's see though what OP reports.

This should work because when you are connected in a TV session and activate VPN on your RDP through TV Desktop, it will lose connection like for 2-5 seconds since it acquired new IP but will again establish connection.
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