How to check my Windows VPS from my iPod Touch or iPhone?

Following are the steps to check your VPS from iPod Touch or iPhone:

 

  1. Download VNC application to your iOS device, install it and tap the icon to open it.

    Open VNC Viewer

  2. Tap on + symbol from top right corner to add a new connection.

    Tap on + Symbol to Add a New Connection

  3. Enter your VPS IP address and Connection name. Set necessary details and tap on Connect button to create connection.

    Enter VPS IP Address and Connection Name



  4. Enter Password of your VPS and tap Done button from top right corner.

    Enter VPS User's Password

  5. Let it load and connect.

    Let is Allow to Connect to VPS

  6. You have successfully connected to your VPS through VNC with iPod Touch or iPhone.

    Successful Connection to your VPS

  7. Next time when you open VNC application, all of your connections are shown on first screen. You can also add new connection by tapping on + icon from top right corner. If you have kept Save Password option as ON, you can access your VPS by tapping on connection name.

 


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