Configure XRDP to Securely Connect Remote Linux Servers - Step by step process ?

This article covers how to install and use XRDP to securely connect to remote servers. Xrdp is an open-source implementation of the Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) that allows you to control a remote system graphically. 

With RDP, you can log in to the remote machine and create a real desktop session the same as if you had logged in to a local machine.

Installing Xrdp on Debian:

Xrdp package is available in the standard Debian repositories. To install it, run:

$ sudo apt install xrdp 

The service will automatically start once the installation process is complete. You can verify that the Xrdp service is running by typing:

$ sudo systemctl status xrdp

How to Configure Xrdp on Linux?

The Xrdp configuration files are stored in the /etc/xrdp directory.

Whenever you make any changes to the configuration file you need to restart the Xrdp service:

$ sudo systemctl restart xrdp

Install and Configure VNC on Ubuntu 20.04 - Steps to do it.

This article will guide you on the steps to set up a secured VNC server up and running on your Ubuntu 20.04 server. This will help you to manage your files, software, and settings with a user-friendly graphical interface, and you will be able to run graphical software like web browsers remotely.