To Change the listening port of RDP / Terminal Services in windows:
Sharing your Windows internet connection via software has traditionally been a tricky business.
There are programs that can help you do it, but they're often awkward to set up, and prone to complicated security and reliability issues, so most people don't even try.
But that could all be about to change, thanks to a new Windows 7 feature called Virtual Wi-Fi.
The idea is a simple one: the operating system can virtualise any compatible wireless adapter, to make it appear as though you've as many additional adapters as you need.
I've recently migrated my wireless network from RADIUS/IAS on Windows 2003 with PKI to Windows 2008 R2. It took me a while to get to the bottom of it so I thought I'd write a How-To to help others out.
# One or more 802.1X-capable 802.11 wireless access points (APs).
# Active Directory with group policy
# One or more Network Policy Server (NPS) servers.
# Active Directory Certificate Services based PKI for Server certificates for NPS computer/s and your wireless PC's
You can use the command line as : mount -t cifs -o user=<username> //<server_ip>/<share_name> <mount_point>
1. Basic method
Create a local mount point. For example:
Edit the /etc/fstab file and add a line like: