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trying to control a 2000 server machine from a xp machine (pro) on the same network using active desktop. Active desktop is already being used to controll another machine but this is a new adition.

Any help or a good link would be great, and also how do you ad terminal services to xp??

thanks again

andy
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Start-Run, "mstsc".  That opens the WinXP Remote Desktop app, which you can use to connect to a Win2K system running Terminal Services.  Is that what you're looking for?
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