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I have two domains in the same building.
One server has windows 2000 and the other one has 2003.
I installed terminal server license on the last one.
How can I loggin on terminal server and select to which domain I want to connect?
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From your remote desktop, click on option, on General tab, you will have to type your domain name in domain box
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