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Configuring W2K TS Server to allow client to connect with Dynamic IP

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I have an ADSL connection and a W2K Terminal Server. I want to be able to connect the client from home using the Internet. How do I go about configuring this (or finding out how to) ?.

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http://www.umich.edu/~lannos/windows/w2k-termserv.html
Best bet is to buy Admin911  http://www.labmice.net/BookReviews/books_terminalsrvcs.htm
Otherwise, google for answer, but I strongly recommend buying a book and doing the job as a "pro"  ;-)
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