Whats Best - Taking my boot ssd and installing it into a computer for the day of use or connecting to mine remotely?

I need to edit a video for my school and i have the following options since i dont own a laptop only my own desktops at home, which would you choose?
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  1. There's no guarantee that putting your SSD into another system will work. You may have driver issues, incompatibility issues, etc. If you can remote into your PC then by all means I would stick with that. Have you allowed remote access to your PC from the host PC?
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  2. the remote option is very viable if the internet and your temviewer or any other solution will work well

    if the internet conenction is not good, the carry ssd and run it on site sounds viable, but that also depends on how complex would be to carry and set it up on the site
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  3. cooldude8530 said:
    I need to edit a video for my school and i have the following options since i dont own a laptop only my own desktops at home, which would you choose?


    No, don't take your boot drive out to do this.

    Use some other data storage thing.
    USB stick, cloud, TeamViewer...
    Reply to USAFRet
  4. Jwpanz said:
    There's no guarantee that putting your SSD into another system will work. You may have driver issues, incompatibility issues, etc. If you can remote into your PC then by all means I would stick with that. Have you allowed remote access to your PC from the host PC?


    I use google remote desktop any other better suggestions before tomorrow?
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  5. atljsf said:
    the remote option is very viable if the internet and your temviewer or any other solution will work well

    if the internet conenction is not good, the carry ssd and run it on site sounds viable, but that also depends on how complex would be to carry and set it up on the site


    Is team-viewer my best option?
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  6. USAFRet said:
    cooldude8530 said:
    I need to edit a video for my school and i have the following options since i dont own a laptop only my own desktops at home, which would you choose?


    No, don't take your boot drive out to do this.

    Use some other data storage thing.
    USB stick, cloud, TeamViewer...


    I do use a usb 3.1 stick with windows 10 regularly at my school but it is slowwwwww
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  7. cooldude8530 said:
    USAFRet said:
    cooldude8530 said:
    I need to edit a video for my school and i have the following options since i dont own a laptop only my own desktops at home, which would you choose?


    No, don't take your boot drive out to do this.

    Use some other data storage thing.
    USB stick, cloud, TeamViewer...


    I do use a usb 3.1 stick with windows 10 regularly at my school but it is slowwwwww


    That's just for data transport. Copy the files to that.
    Then at school, copy them to the system there.
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  8. USAFRet said:
    cooldude8530 said:
    USAFRet said:
    cooldude8530 said:
    I need to edit a video for my school and i have the following options since i dont own a laptop only my own desktops at home, which would you choose?


    No, don't take your boot drive out to do this.

    Use some other data storage thing.
    USB stick, cloud, TeamViewer...


    I do use a usb 3.1 stick with windows 10 regularly at my school but it is slowwwwww


    That's just for data transport. Copy the files to that.
    Then at school, copy them to the system there.


    Cant school uses some kinda Comunity COnnect 4 made by RM that restricts everything, still havent found a way past
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  9. cooldude8530 said:


    Cant school uses some kinda Comunity COnnect 4 made by RM that restricts everything, still havent found a way past


    If they restrict you using a USB stick, you really can't just put in your own hard drive.

    All you're trying to do is move the video files from home to school.
    Not the whole OS or system.
    Reply to USAFRet
  10. if you can't connect a usb, the ssd will be the same, if you need to move files, well, you need permissions to do that, other than that, work remotely is what you can do, copy files via teamviewer to the desktop you use at school, this will be very slow
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