Remote Desktop Connection from 2000SBS to 2000 Pro PC

Posted on 2006-05-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
I am trying to connect to a 2000 Pro client PC from a 2000SBS server using remote desktop. I can connect to the XP clients no problem but not to the 2000 clients.
I think it is because the 2000 clients dont have RDC, i can see that you can download RDC Client from MS but what about the host program to allow you to connect to the workstation from the server?
Question by:activateahsd
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    No, there is no RDP host available for 2000.  You would need to use a 3rd party tool link VNC or PC Anywhere to connect to a 2000 computer.
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