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Posted on 2004-08-03
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I have 2003 server standard and need to have some win2k desktop connect remotely.  Since I can't send a RDP shortcut to the machine, how do I initiate the connection from the 2k box?
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Install TSWEB on the 2003 server

this way any client can access it by going to http://yourserver/tsweb

In case you need help to install tsweb:

1.- go to add and remove programs
2.-Click on "Add and remove Windows Components"
3.-Highlight "Application Server" then click on details
4.-Highlight "Internet Information Services (IIS)" then click on details
5.-Highlight  "World Wide Web Service" then click on details
6.- Select "Remote Desktop Web connection" Then OK 3 times, then next.

Let me know if it is what you were looking for.

vico1
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