I have just bought a new unmanaged Windows VPS. It is really annoying because it has no internet access yet, and the hosting company said I must set it up myself.
So this job is simply to set up internet access on the VPS, and write up a detailed documentation on how you did it.
VPS login details will be given upon bid acceptance.
Guaranteed 10 on your profile !
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This was the information given by my hosting, password will be given to the winning bidder: VPS Username: Administrator VPS Password: (Log into your VPS Control Panel and access Windows using VNC to set your Administrator password and assigned IP addresses for the first time.) VPS IP Address: [url removed, login to view] VPS Additional IP Address(es): [url removed, login to view] Address [url removed, login to view] Port 6256 Password win2003 username : administrator pass : IMPORTANT In order to access your virtual machine for the first time, you'll need to log into the control panel and click on the VNC link to connect to the console. Once logged in you will be prompted for several initial setup requirements, such as an Administrator password, before finally being logged into your new virtual machine environment. Note that the Windows firewall is enabled by default and Remote Desktop is not enabled for security reasons. Also, only the first (1st) IP address in your pool is assigned automatically by DHCP. You must bind each of your IP addresses to your network interface card instance in order for them to work properly, and be accessible/visible to your applications.