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Win 2k3 Enterprise edition remote desktop sharing agent for Win 2k Pro

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Where is the install for the remote desktop sharing agent for Win 2K Pro?

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Are you refering to the TS client that allows you to create an RDP connection to a 2003 server from a Win2K Pro system, or are you looking for a remote desktop server for Win2K Pro?  If the latter, there isn't one.  You need a 3rd party app for that.

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oops.  I thought there was a client install on the 2003 server disk that allowed for remote desktop sharing of 2000 Pro clients.  Guess not.

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