Accessing remote computers was much difficult for computer noobs who doesn’t know port forwarding and is considered less secure.Remote access is helpful in the case if our friends or relatives are in trouble configuring his emails, programs and etc.Port forwarding can be quite a task for a normal user because it involves configuring the router.So it becomes a tough task for any one who doesn’t know port forwarding.
Another method which I found out to remote control a computer without either party forwarding ports is by using an application called CrossLoop.
CrossLoop enables you to see the screen and control the mouse and keyboard on a remote computer. It is as if you are working side by side at the same PC.It is a free, secure screen-sharing utility designed for people of all technical skill levels.Also there is no need of changing any firewall or router settings which makes it much more simpler.
The working is also much simple.If there are 2 persons Ren and Renju.If Ren needs help from Renju then Ren should give his 12 digit access number to Renju.He should use the Share tab and click connect.
On the other hand Renju should click the access tab and enter the 12 digit number given by Ren and click connect.
A warning screen will appear in Ren system and he should allow Renju to access and control his system.
Now Renju is connected to Ren’s computer everything is done.
You can Download your copy of CrossLoop here
Requirements:Windows 2000 or newer, including Vista; 128 MB RAM or greater; 2 MB hard drive space and a broadband internet connection