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Problem with Remote Desktop

When i'm connecting from Server 2003 to Client XP prof then the client goes on locking and once i logged in the client vth usrname and password then on server side it disconnects

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Re: Problem with Remote Desktop

On an XP client you can only have one person logged at a time.  This is different on M$ Sever 2000 and up where you can have multiple log ons.  There no way to do this this with M$ RD - However you can achive what you are after by using  third party RD software such as Real VNC There is a free client (which i use to access mac's & win machines) or if you prefer ssh etc it is quite cheap for the full version.

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Make sure the firewall in windows security is turned off too. Sometimes that thing sneaks up on you.

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I would check with Microsofts website on that.

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Kindly revert for further analysis - for the points below said above - have you shared c:\ for clients ?
2.Are you using Terminal server - without security policy ? Your client directing logging in the server ?

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(mail me across in case of emergency)

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if need to access the device of your client,just follow the steps.

we take cd rom for eg to access.

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3the type the ip of the client machine

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