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Would like to work on server screen remotely within LAN

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Is there a way for me to "call up" the server screen on my desktop, so I don't have to stand in a freezing basement to work on the server (apply updates, etc.)??

I have Small Business Server 2003
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Mal Osborne earned 1000 total points
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Sure!  Start, run, mstsc.  Type in the server name & hit connet.
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OUTSTANDING!!

Thank YOU!!!
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