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    How do I connect to my VPS?

    How do I connect to my VPS?

  2. #2
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    After billing your provider provide you all credentials and you can access your VPS Server

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    It depends upon the service which you have. because if you have a Linux VPS hosting service then you can connect the VPS via SSH (Putty connection). or else if you have windows VPS hosting service then you can connect the VPS via Remote desktop connection using the credentials provided by your host.

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    How to connect to your Windows VPS/Dedicated server from Windows system?

    Go to Start menu, select Run, and type mstsc.exe to access remote desktop.

    Type your server IP address and then click on Connect. This will ask for your username and password. For example, Username: administrator. Password: ********

  5. #5
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    hello
    It is simple.
    order the VPS stephost.md
    from windows use PUTTY
    type IPAaddress and after username and password
    from Linux just type
    ssh UserName@IpAaddress
    .
    after password for this username
    By default it is port 22
    That's all

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