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Remote dektop issue

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My name is will. I am facing some issues with remote desktop (mstsc). When I try to connect to other computer in my LAN through mstsc after putting the username and password it trys to connect and I get an error as " Windows cannot load the user's profile but has logged you on with the default profile for the system " . Detail : insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.
Operating system : XP professional with SP2.

I have installed XP unlimited software in my lan.

Could you pls provide me with a solution

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How to Connect a Windows 7 Computer to a Windows XP


Even though Windows XP and 7 are different versions of Windows, you can still connect a computer running Windows 7 to an XP computer using Remote Desktop Connection. Remote Desktop Connection is a utility in Windows that allows you to log in to a remote computer directly from your computer's desktop. However, before you can use the utility on your Windows 7 computer, you must enable it on the Windows XP computer. To connect to the Windows XP computer, you also need to know the XP computer's name.

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