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Accessing windows in unix

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   It is possible to access unix from NT/WIN95 through telnet , Exceed etc..
and we will be able to execute unix files.

Is there any software available for accessing NT applications from unix other
than citrix ICA. ( Eg... Accessing MSWORD )

Is there any free software this kind



Thanks in advance

Jophi
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It is possible to access NT files with samba (http://www.samba.org). I don't know if there's a possibility for running executables.

Perhaps you're interested in back orifice? ;) http://www.cultdeadcow.com
It is administration/hacking software
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