The situation I have is this - our local humane shelter has 4 computers all running Windows XP Pro SP3. They all connect to the same Netgear router and share files from the main computer. The Manager of the shelter is confined to a wheel chair at her house and needs remote access to all the shelter computers. She also has a computer with XP Pro SP3. Here are my questions -
Can we use Remote Desktop to accomplish this?
Will we be connecting to the main computer and then to the others from there?
Will I need to give the main computer a static IP address?
You might also look into something like Logmein. There's a free version that works well and would give remote access to her. Depending on the environment at the shelters, this might allow you to accomplish
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