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Tutorial Install guacamole in docker.

Would you like to be able to log on to your PC or virtual PC from the browser? Would you like to be able to do this via ssh, ssh, RDP or whatever? Then installing guacamole on your nas is the solution. This can easily be done in docker and when it is running you can access the pc or nas you want from your browser.
Code:
docker run \
  -p 8080:8080 \
  -v </path/to/config>:/config \
  oznu/guacamole
After the container is running you can login with guacadmin/guacadmin.
Don't forget to create another admin user and disable the real admin account for security reason.
Example of connecting to windows pc.

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