This tutorial helps users on the TensorDock Marketplace connect to an instance on Windows through a Remote Desktop Protocol.
Step 1: Deploy a Cloud GPU
You can deploy a GPU on our Marketplace to your specific configurations based on cost, RAM, storage, and vCPUs. To use SSH, ensure that you have a port forwarded to port 22 and port 3389. Select Windows 10 as your installation. Note that you will need at least 80 GB disk space.
Ensure that you have a port forwarded to port 22 and port 3389
Select Windows 10 and include at least 80 GB disk space
Step 2: Open Microsoft Remote Desktop
If you are using a Windows PC, you can open the taskbar, type Remote Desktop Connection, and then select Remote Desktop Connection.
If you are on a Mac, iOS, Android, or other Windows device, you can download the Remote Desktop app, available for free on the Microsoft Store, Google Play, and the Mac App Store.
Micrsoft Remote Desktop app on the Mac app store
Step 3: RDP into your instance
Note: Once your server is deployed, you'll need to wait up to 10 minutes for Windows to get ready before you can RDP into it.
Use the IPv4 Address of your instance, found in the Networking section of your server followed by the Port used for 3389. In this case, you would add the name 22.214.171.124:10498 into your Remote Desktop client. When prompted, use the username user and the password that you set up to log into the remote desktop.
Use the IPv4 Address followed by the port for 3389
Use the username user and the password you created when prompted