You will get a free RDP with a quad-core processor and 16GB of RAM. which will appear similar to what we have illustrated in this article
As you can see from the image above, we'll be using cloud shell for this.
1. You need a Google account.
2. A computer, such as a phone or a laptop.
3. Be patient.
1. Go to https://shell.cloud.google.com and log in.
2. A terminal would appear on the screen. See the illustration below.
3. Now you must use the terminal you opened in phase 2 to set up the Xfce4 desktop environment.
1-sudo apt-get update
2-sudo apt-get install xfce4 xfce4-terminal
4. Now go to https://remotedesktop.google.com/headless and follow the instructions.
5. Click on begin.
6. On the same page, copy the second link.
7. Now open the terminal you opened in phase 2 and run some more commands.
2-sudo dpkg -i chrome*
3-sudo apt-get install -f
8. In the page you opened in step 4, click Next.
9. Select Authorize.
10. Select your gmail account.
11. On that page, copy the third code.
12. Copy the code and paste it into the cloud-shell terminal.
13. The system will ask for a pin, which you can enter as 123456.
14. Now Click on Remote access.
15. Click on your session
16. When prompted for a password, type the one you developed in step 13.
17. Then a window will appear, where you can select xfce and click OK.
18. Xfce4 will launch. Simply choose the default panel and you're ready to go.
1. Server will only work as long as the cloud shell terminal is opened , (install chrome on rdp and open the shell terminal there to fix).
2. Server will only work 50 hours/week, so get 2-3 google accounts if you want to always use it.
3. If you restarted the server, you need to do all the steps again.
for more informations
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Finally, let's define what RDP is. RDP stands for Remote Desktop Protocol, which allows a user to connect to and control another computer over the internet; this is useful when you need to access resources or programs on a different computer, such as when working remotely or accessing a server.
Following the tutorial carefully and taking the necessary precautions, setting up a free Debian RDP on the Google Cloud Platform can be a great way to access remote computing resources without investing in expensive hardware or infrastructure.