If you choose not to use the Parallels Plesk Panel to manage your Windows Virtual Private Server (VPS), you can use Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection to access and manage your Virtual Private Server (VPS).
To Access Your Virtual Private Server (VPS) Using Remote Desktop Connection
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The Parallels Plesk Panel enables simple, convenient management of your server.
To Access Parallels Plesk Panel on Your Server
Open a Web browser and go to https://ipaddress:8443/, where ipaddress is the IP Address displayed in your server Control Panel.
Enter "admin" as your user [...]
You can log in to your Windows Virtual Private Server (VPS) through the Parallels Plesk Panel or by using Remote Desktop Connection. To access your account, you must use the IP address(es) listed for your account in your VPS Control Panel.
For more detailed information about logging in to your [...]
Your Windows Virtual Private Server (VPS) times out after 5 minutes if Remote Desktop is shut down without logging off, or after 15 minutes if there is no activity.
This means that when you connect to your Windows Virtual Private Server (VPS) using Remote Desktop Connection, your server will log [...]
You can change the length of time your Windows Virtual Private Server (VPS) waits before timing out your session. This lets you close your Remote Desktop Connection without logging out, and when you reconnect, your previous session is restored.
To Change Your Session Timeout
Connect to your server with Remote Desktop Connection.
If you choose not to use Parallels Plesk Panel to manage your Windows dedicated server, you can use Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Connection to access and manage your dedicated server.
You can set the maximum amount of idle time allowed for remote desktop connections.
To Set Timeout Options for Remote Desktop Connections
From your computer’s Start menu, point to Programs, point to Admin Tools, and then click Terminal Services Configuration.
In the right pane of [...]