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Can i access dos prompt over telnet?  or is there a way to use the dos console when cmd has been disabled in win 2k?

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For accessing MS-DOS over telnet- the answer is "yes", sort of.    Not by itself, but when you include a remote-access-for-PC's application like PC-ANYWHERE, it will work.

Here's the problem however-  The current PC-ANYWHERE applications are designed for current operating systems - Windows 2000, XP, and so on.    They *DID* make a DOS version (when DOS was "it")....    but I am not certain you can find it any more.

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If you are instead asking "can I get to the command prompt" via telnet on a CURRENT box (XP, 2K, etc)....     then the answer there too is YES.... but you need a TELNET SERVER appliation.    There are a few to choose from, but I understand this product is good:

http://www.goodtechsys.com/

Telnet servers for windows are not free.   At least, I couldn't find one.....
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Yes, even when the cmd.exe has been disabled command.com still works.

Just type c:\windows\system32\command.com in any run dialog/address bar and a command prompt should open for you :)

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My bad, that was the windows xp command line, for win2k change c:\windows\system32\command.com to c:\winnt\system32\command.com
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