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In fact, I can browse the shared resources of the server (WinME) I think it is using IPX. The printer redirection feature is enabled by default in Windows XP Professional when you enable Remote Desktop. Prehaps doing a System Restore recently screwed something up. In fact, you have to disable almost every function in the router.

CTRL+ALT+DEL is always interpreted by the client computer.) ALT+PRINT SCREEN CTRL+ALT+PLUS (+) symbol on the numeric keypad Places a snapshot of the entire Remote Desktop session window on the clipboard. Only W98 clients cannot access it. In the Add Standalone Snap-in dialog box, click Group Policy, click Add, and then click Finish. This chapter will help you to install, configure, and use Remote Desktop software. http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles-tutorials/windows-9598me/wxpwin9x.html

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Log In or Register to post comments Bill Wood (not verified) on Feb 29, 2004 You, sir, are a genius!!! I have it up and running I just cant connect to my WINXP box from my WINME and WIN2k... Hot Scripts offers tens of thousands of scripts you can use.

Steve. You could test this first by connecting the two computers through a special crossover Ethernet cable. as is 2) I have a notebook with OS Win XP Pro with Wi-Fi card which works OK on other public networks. 3) I want to use notebook to get on Which Of The Following Networking Components Receives A Signal Regenerates And Sends It Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

It was there on my monitor but I only saw it after my second post went off.... Windows 95 File Sharing Saving connection settings allows you to use a configuration throughout an enterprise. Selectable session resolution and color depth allow you to adjust for specific needs. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/connecting-winxp-and-winme-win2k.179460/ Please help!

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Sharing the Internet connection is not very difficult. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb457106.aspx OK seems I messed up too with some of the details Yes the cable is RJ-- 45 ie the normal ethernet cable. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share For more information about installing Remote Desktop Web Connection on a Web server, see “Remote Desktop” in Windows XP Professional Help and Support Center. What Is The Standard Irq Setting For The Realtime Clock Top of page Troubleshooting Remote Desktop This section contains troubleshooting information for Windows XP Professional Remote Desktop.

Also a article I have used as a starting point for peer to peer networking in 2000 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;258717 XP can be a challenge with peer to peer networking. For example, if your Web site is registered with the DNS server as “admin1.northwind.com”, in the Address box you type: http://admin1.northwind.com/tsweb/, and then press ENTER. On clients running Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, or Windows Me, you must run XP's Network Setup Wizard to enable the gateway. Client Do not allow passwords to be saved Controls whether passwords can be saved on this computer from Terminal Services clients. Windows 98 Network Share

Yes? I don't know that type of router, but perhaps somebody else could give some advice. You could test this using a special crossover cable. Client software is available for a wide variety of hardware devices, including personal computers and Windows-based terminals.

Establishing a Remote Desktop Session After installing the appropriate client software on the client computer, you can connect to the remote computer. Windows 98 Network Settings Hans-Georg -- No mail, please. I have a windows xp laptop that is a member of a domain and a windows 98 laptop which is a member of the corresponding workgroup.

If you have a dial-up connection, you can connect and disconnect when deciding whether to enable ICS.

When this setting is enabled, you must supply your password in the Windows Logon dialog box whenever you start a Remote Desktop session. The only system on the network that has resources which other systems shares its resources is the XP machine which is a fellow client connected to the server running Windows 2000 I like the style of this article, becasue it exposes every hypoteses the author did (they are the same hypoteses i did and try before to find this heaven-gifted article) not Ipc$ Password Regards Aubrey "> wrote in message news:[email protected] > "Aubrey and Carol" wrote: > snipped > >Thanks for your suggestions etc.etc And Hans-Georg Michna" Replied You should get a normal

No user action is required. This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Setting Encryption Levels Data encryption can protect your data by encrypting it on the communications link between the client and the Windows XP Professional–based computer. Present setup has the output from Modem going into Desk Top using the USB connection.

Security and Encryption in Remote Desktop You can enhance the security of a Remote Desktop session by using any or all of these methods: Setting encryption levels to secure data communications Also, your computer must be able to connect to the remote computer by means of a local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), dial-up, or Internet connection. Windows NT 4.0 Remote Desktop Connection (installed by the user) Install from the Windows XP Professional operating system CD, or obtain the latest version from the Microsoft Download Center. I am only here (UK) for another two weeks and then I go back to Texas where I live, so I will just keep trying to set up a network.

The only challenge am having is the Windows 98 connecting. Ted Log In or Register to post comments Salman (not verified) on Jun 17, 2004 The solution discussed by [email protected] is correct to some extent as i had experienced the same I keep on getting access denied... Each time you want to open that session, click Open, and then double-click filename.

Thank you. Only WinXP can access WinME.. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 25, 2005 i tried that solution but it didn't work.. The time now is 14:29.

A Specified Program Will Not Open If you are having problems opening a specified program on the host computer (on the Programs tab of the Remote Desktop Connection), you might be Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums United States (English) Sign in Home Library Wiki Learn Gallery Downloads Support Forums Blogs We’re sorry. I think so. You can create a Network Bridge connecting two or more local area networks and share the Internet connection with the computers on all of them.

Figure 8-2 Adding users to the Remote Desktop Users group Click OK. Hans-Georg Michna Aubrey and Carol Guest Posts: n/a Re: Connecting XP to WinME Posted: 11-07-2003, 02:02 PM Thanks for your email Hans-Georg pointing out my missing your post completely. Minimized impact of the audio stream input/output (I/O) on the RDP session If there is a change in the network bandwidth between the client and remote computers, Remote Desktop renegotiates the