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access workgroup pc remote from pc in domain environment

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how to access a workgroup w2k pc remotely from a pc that is in a domain environment?
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I would have to go with VNC for a quick and easy solution;

http://www.realvnc.com/

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other than using vnc or some other software, any other ways without using additional software?
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Sorry There is no RDP server for Win2k pro.

Installing asditional software is the only way unless you install W2K Server.

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