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    saperior's Avatar Master Sergeant
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    Letting other people connect to your DB!

    Hello and welcome to another guide of mine. Lets get started! Now.. Its pretty simple. Just follow these steps..

    Step 1: Go to TeamViewer - Free Remote Access and Remote Desktop Sharing over the Internet.

    Step 2: Download Teamviewer. (To connect to your friends database.. He must download TeamViewer too)

    Step 3: Start it. It should have a "ID" and "Pass" under "Wait for Session."

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    For letting people connect to your database follow instructions below.

    Tell your friend what your ID and Pass is. Your friend must now type in your ID in the "Create Session".

    Once your friend types in your ID another screen will pop up asking for your pass. Your friend must type in the pass that YOU gave him.

    Then hes now connected to your CPU! He can see pretty much do whatever but now he can open HeidiSQL or Navicat or what ever database your using. He can edit it and do whatever.

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    That ends my guide! :wave::wave::wave:

    Regards,
    Saperior

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    Vragoth's Avatar Established Member
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    CPU stands for Central processing unit. You dont have to do it this way. You can just give me rights in heidiesql or navicat, like create a new user and make him an account so he can connect instead of downloading Teamviewer.

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    good guide.

    Teamviewer is a good program.

    ty Saperior.

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    I think I will make one for HeidiSQL

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    Yes, At first i tried Heidi but it didnt work for me.. But then me and my friend found TeamViewer and it worked perfectly.

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    okay, maybe i am gonna tell the owners of this thing, unless they know of somthing better.

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    how dare you steal my idea without even asking me first!
    Anti-SQLYOG since 2007...
    use navicat.6):

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    I never knew other people could access your database. This will be useful Thanks!

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