Oray SunLogin has a powerful NAT punching technic in various complicated network situations.You can manage services, processes, users, and files, etc. on remote PCs using browser.
As a beginner, how to launch Oray SunLogin?
Ⅰ.Register a passport.
Visit SunLogin official website, and click Register to enter the passport registration page.
Ⅱ. Add a host.
1. After installation is complete, the system logs in to the remote client automatically.
2. Enter host information.
You can set Host Name and Description for each remote client to differentiate them, and then click Next.
3. Obtain SunLogin code and installation URL of remote clients.
You can choose Local installation or Non-local installation to install remote hosts. Sunlogin remote client will automatically login to server using specifiled Sunlogin code after installation.
Local installation: Directly click Online Installation to install remote hosts.
Non-local installation: Click Copy to clipboard and send URL via email or chat tool. Then open the installation URL on the destination PC to install remote hosts.
4. Open the installation URL on the destination PC..
Ⅱ Other Installation Mode.
Download the installation package of SunLogin remote host on the SunLogin Download page on the official website.
Ⅲ SunLogin Remote Host Installation Wizard
1. Select language.
2.Click Accept to accept License Agreement.
3.Choose an installation directory.
4. Installing. Please wait.
5.Installation is complete.
Ⅴ Web-Based Remote Control
Visit SunLogin official website and enter SunLogin Management Center. The remote clients are displayed on the host list. Click Remote Control to control remote clients.
To ensure software security, SunLogin requires secondary verification on Windows account and access password when you login to a remote client.
Enter the Windows account and acess password of the remote client and login to the client.
Enter access password to login.
The login password is set on the Security page of the remote client.
After login is successful, you can operate the Remote Desktop, Remote File, Remote Management, and Remote Camera, etc.