Remote Desktop connection from a windows XP to a windows 2000 machine
Hi all, at work we are always connecting to windows XP machines from our home machines running windows XP, vista and 7. We have a machine here at work that still has windows 2000 on it. People need to connect to this machine from home. I installed the msrdpcli.exe file I got from http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/tools/rdclientdl.mspx. But I think I need to do more to that windows 2000 machine. On a windows XP machine, you have to give someone permission to be able to remote into it by going into System Properties and clicking the Remote tab. but this tab is not on the windows 2000 machine. How do I get it?
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The answer to your question of "but this tab is not on the windows 2000 machine. How do I get it?" is, I don't know.