server 2003 and remote desktop

Posted on 2012-08-28
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
This is a simple question - I use Remote desktop to access my client's networks - I have a new one and I remote desktop into their Server 2003, then I want to remote desktop to one of the users on the network, but Server 2003 doesn't have Remote Desktop Connection under Programs, Accessories, Communications.  How do I get from the server to work remotely on the user pc?

Thanks -
Question by:loybob
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    Type mstsc.exe in the run menu and see if it comes up.

    If it's not installed on the server, you can install it:
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    from Start > click Run > type mstsc

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    That worked - and you were 1 minute earlier than the next poster (who also had the right answer.)  Thank you so much -
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    by:Brad Bouchard
    Start > Run > MSTSC > Enter

    It's located here by default:  C:\Windows\System32
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    23 seconds, but whos counting?

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