Help, it's been so long, I can't rememeber how to set up remote desktop connection to a Windows 2000 server, can someone please enlighten me.

Posted on 2007-08-02
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
Windows 2000 server RDP
Question by:tinyasura
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    You need to install Terminal services in Administration Mode from  "Control Panel"->"Add/Remove Programs"->"Windows Components"
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    Don't forget to acivate it after
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    also, you'll need to do port forwarding in your router/firewall appliance if people outside your network need to RDP to the server.  you will want to forward port 3389 for TCP service from your WAN IP to the LAN IP of the server.

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