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LonkFromPA

Remotely Starting/Stopping Servers

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Hello LTT community,

 

I have an odd project I want to do where I can set up temporary game servers (and discord bots), but I have yet to see a software solution to remotely start/stop applications outside of the network without remote desktop.

 

What I mostly want to do is give trusted people the ability to start/stop applications on my PC remotely without the use of Remote Desktop. 

 

Does anyone know of any way to do this without Remote Desktop?

 

Thanks in advance,

LonkFromPA

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Well usually you would have a dedicated server always running. You could set them up on timers, but I'm not sure how it remote start it securely. 


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You'd need to brush up on your .NET skills but it's possible. I do this already but I use PHP scripts and a web GUI for Linux.


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I was working on one project where I had to do the similar thing. I ended up making a small application which had webserver inside and it was accepting JSON POST commands because there was not anything similar available at the time

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