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Setup Remote Desktop on a Windows 2k pc to CONNECT TO a Windows 2003

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How do I set up remote desktop on a Windows 2000 computer so that I can use the Windows 2000 computer to remote into  a Windows 2003 server?  I already have the ability on my Windows XP.  But I need to be able to do it on the Win 2K.  Thank you
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Alan Huseyin Kayahan earned 250 total points
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Windows 2000 Professional doesn't have built-in RDP function like XP Pro. You should download RDP client for Win2000 from the link below.
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/tools/rdclientdl.mspx
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Any higher RDP client version (XP, Vista) will do, too, and can be downloaded at microsoft.
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by:friskee
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great, let me check into downloading this and test it out...
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          Hi friskee
               Did you have time to try my comment?
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