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Remote LOGIN to WINDOWS 2000 SERVER from Suse Linux box

Posted on 2006-06-29
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Hi Experts,

What do I need to install/configure so that I can login remotely to Windows 2000 Server from Suse/Fedora Core ?
(For other way around, we have remote login utilities like SSH etc )
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For the  above mentioned rdesktop you will have to install Terminal Services on the 2k server, so you don't need anything 3rd party. As vor 3rd party tools, look at tightvnc.

http://www.tightvnc.com/
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You can also get OpenSSH for Windows if you don't need a gui...
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It really depends on what you need to accomplish on the Windows side of things if you need GUI or not.

Text based , oPEnSSH for Windows , Telnet

Gui - RDesktop , UltraVNC
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