Need Windows 3.1 terminal services client

Posted on 2004-09-21
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
Anywhere I can download or aquire some other method?

Question by:marksajatovic
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scampgb earned 125 total points
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Hi marksajatovic,

You should be able to create suitable disks from the Terminal Server itself.

Look at the instructions here:

You need to run the "Terminal Services Client Creator" on your TS server.  Choose the 16-bit client, and feed it a couple of floppy disks.

I hope that this helps.

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Windows 2003 doesn't seem to have the client creator.
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I note that you've just accepted my answer -did you get it working?


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Yeah. Thanks!

Found an old windows 2000 server with the client creator on it.

Thanks for the idea..........
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Glad I could help :-)

Don't know why it's not on Server 2003 - I've not played with that yet....

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