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Windows Remote Desktop Issue

I have two PCs on a wireless network.
I can access Remote Desk Top of client machine from Host but can not access Host machine from client.
Host machine has Windows XP HOME while Client machine runs on Windows XP Professional
Port 3389 in router is enabled
''Block Anonymous Internet Request'' is UNCHECKED
Any tips from experts!!!?
Thanks in advance.

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  • Jaspreet Makkar Dec 14, 2008

    Firewall disabled but still the same issue...

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Disable Firewall

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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    Milind Shetti Dec 15, 2008

    Right-click My Computer, click Properties, and then click the Remote tab. Turn on Remote Desktop by selecting the check box Allow users to remotely connect to this computer. Designate users by clicking the Select Remote Users... button.

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