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Terminal Service Clent on W2K Pro

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I want to access my web server(W2K server) using my pc  at home (W2K Pro).

For this My ISP has mailed me a TSCLIENT.zip file and told me on installing this I will be able to access the server. But on installing it just shows me the screen where I have no option other then server on WORKGROUP and I dont know how to add any new server in my workgroup.

I have IP address, username and password for logging purpose.

Please help me, what options I have and what should I do?

Thanks and Kind Regards,
Tripat
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Hello tripat,
-the browser list you're seeing in the tsclient is simply a list of locally available terminal servers. In your case the computer you've installed it on is a member of the workgroup called "WORKGROUP". If you has a LAN at home and a terminal server existed on your LAN, the terminal servers netbios computer name would appear on the list for workgroup. In most cases the remote server's you connect to will neverappear on the list.
-you do have the option of using "client connection manager", made specifically for saving client connection settings in a profile.



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