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I am just getting into computer networking and I'm trying to use the telenet client in vista. I've added the program in add/remove windows components, however telenet is still not recognized in the command prompt.

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    Matthew Shockey Jan 31, 2009

    I am the administrator on both of my pc's and UAC is disabled.

  • Matthew Shockey
    Matthew Shockey Feb 01, 2009

    I am afraid that I do not understand. I can open task manager as many times as I like and select "Show processes from all users" but I cannot turn a window feature on more than once without first disabling it. Did you want me to disable and re-enable telnet?

    Also, just because I'm curious, how does checking the "Show processes from all users" box grant me administrative rights?

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Make sure you are logged into an account on Vista that has administrator rights.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

  • Dick
    Dick Jan 31, 2009

    You can "be" the administrator, but still not have administrator rights. Open your Task Manager and check the box that says "show processes from all users." Then try to add the telenet again. If the issue was an account w/o admin rights that should take care of it.

  • Dick
    Dick Feb 01, 2009

    "Also, just because I'm curious, how does checking the "Show processes from all users" box grant me administrative rights?"

    You'll have to pose that query to Micro$oft, they're the idiots that set Vista up that way.


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