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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What is the speed of the remote computer's connection? Your 15M pipe is only as fast as the slowest segment on the total connection, and if the remote computer is on a T1, that's only 1.5M wide. If it's on a consumer DSL connection, their upstream (downstream for you) may well be 760k or slower.
It could be the clients dont have sufficient hard ware specs ..... or there is a script that is running for the log in that could cause the delay...?? there could be the two ways to handle it... so you need to trouble shoot where the problem lies first then dig in deeper... :0
Make sure domain settings to your server are correct on the notebook computer. These settings are located in the control panel of the system setting.
Whats the operating system of your server?
Make sure the firewall in windows security is turned off too. Sometimes that thing sneaks up on you.
I haven't used the home edition of Vista but another reason why it might not be working is because it isn't the business version. Microsoft might have added extra security to prevent the home version from connecting to a server. I know we use the business version of Vista at work and it is working that way on the intranet server without a problem.
You need to go into administrative tools and look for group policy.
In the local computer policy
Windows Settings > security settings > Local policies > user rights assignment. In the right hand pane find the policy for "Allow log on locally" Set the user accounts for those users which are allowed to log on interactively on the server. Be careful you dont lock the administrator account out.
Use in conjunction with the "Deny logon locally policy" if you need to.
Hope this helps
if need to access the device of your client,just follow the steps.
we take cd rom for eg to access.
1.right click the drive there you see "sharing and security"
2.click on the and enable share as cd rom.and give maximum allowed.
3.then from your system.Run->ip of the machine->enter.
4.it shows all the share file of the client machine
if want access remote desktop
1.enable the remote desktop connection in the remote machine
2.in RUN type MSTSC the remote desktop connection will popup.
3the type the ip of the client machine