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Posted on 2004-03-29
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Hello,

In our windows domain we have Windows 2000 Servers and 1 windows XP professional ,though I was able to add connections to the windows servers in Terminal Services clinet  , I was not able to add the windows xp professional onto it , and I have to type in the address to get into it.Is there a way to add Windows Xp into Terminal services ?


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Not entirely sure what your question is :(  I take it that you have a Terminal Server installed in Application Mode?

On the XP Pro machine goto Start- Accessories-Communications-Remote Desktop Connection.

Add the IP address of the Terminal Server and it should remember it for future use.  For my Users I just create a shortcut on the desktop for the RDC program.
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I have setup XP Pro on a Remote sharing , now I want this machine to be added in the Terminal Services client of Winodws 2000 without typing the ip adress to access it.
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your description looks like you use the "old"-TS-Client. to my knowledge no way to add xp ...

some workarounds:

*)when your workstation is XP you could use the MMC with the new snapin "Remote-Destops" to create your own console. there you could also store XP-Connections
*) on w2k: a other way is to install the new tsclient (looks like the mstsc in XP) and you can store every connection (for example to a folder "RDP"). then you could doubleclick it and the according session opens
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Just the information I needed!
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