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where is hyperterminal for windows 7

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where is hyperterminal for windows 7
both terminal client and terminal server is install
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by:EndureKona
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I would user a alternative like putty or one of these:

http://www.windowsreference.com/windows-vista/alternatives-to-hyperterminal-in-vista/
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I agree - putty is better, but you can also download HyperTerminal:
http://www.hilgraeve.com/hyperterminal.html
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by:naykam
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HyperTerm was last seen in winxp. MS figured no one was using it and had to pay licensing (apparently) so they got rid of it.

If you only need remote shell access, you can use WinRS (Windows Remote Shell), new in Windows Vista. To get help with WinRS, type winrs /? at the command prompt, and then press ENTER. As mentioned above.

If you want hyper term, you can still run it, I have the executable that will run without installation that I can send you.
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by:gregashcom
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Da fonk, I have do this about a week ago on my Windows 7 laptop and just have to comment how well this works. This is great!  My USB - Serial cable seems to preferr hyperterm lol.
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by:emery_bill
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hyperterminal and telnet dont exist in windows 7. guess m$ doesnt want anyone using "legacy" systems anymore. im ok with that, problem is users arent ok with it. they want to do their work in an expedious manner. legacy lives on.
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by:c_m_reagan
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Telnet is available in some versions of Windows 7. It is not installed by default. You must install it manually.

In fact there is a Telnet Server and Client available.
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