So I maintain my in-laws PC for them and every attempt I've made at retaining a connect to the PC is killed by my father in law who knows nothing about computers but thinks he's a hacker because he can use google.com. He likes to jack around with everything "adjusting his settings". I probably spend more time dealing with their PC either redoing it or correcting things my father in law has done to it than I do with clients. In my last effort, I used bitvise tunnelier to maintain a connection to a pc in my home with openssh and just forward the RDP port so I can connect securely. He has taken down my connection twice now and when I try to walk him through setting it up he screws it up worse. I use fire daemon to keep tunnelier running as a service, but it relies on a profile to work which he keeps messing with. Does anyone know of a way to run a hidden tunnelling program that he can't get his hands on? I've tried giving him a limited access account, but he filled my answering machine up with pissed off messages that he couldn't do anything. My wife thinks I should start charging him to fix the computer to get him to stop, but I don't feel right about that. Thanks for any suggestions.