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Connecting a Mac to a W2K Terminal Server

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Hi all!

Trying to hook a Mac to a Windows 2000 Advanced Terminal Server. Appears Microsoft does not have a client to do this. Am I going to have to use something like Citrix. That's just way too expensive.
I know there is also the ActiveX control to run Terminal Services in a IE5. Any idea if there is one that would run on Mac?

If somebody has got any idea, please help.

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Dane
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