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sp1 screwed up remote access

Posted on 2006-11-29
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under the control panel service there should be a remote tab to enable remote desktop -- its not there

how do i get it back?

sp1 royally screwed my system up -- repair and reinstall didnt help -- kind of got iis working again -- but need remote desktop
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by:d50041
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right click "My Computer", select properties\Remote\select "Enable Remote Desktop"
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by:tpiazza55
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when i right click i get

rundll32.exe entryt point not found

the provedure entry point icfdisconnect could not be located in the dynamic link library hnetcfg.dll

click of and system properties pulls up with no remote tab
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d50041 earned 125 total points
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unfortunately it appears you have some serious corruption issues.  At some point a reinstall is easier and less time consuming than trying to repair.
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i reinstalled the os -- still screwed up
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