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Ashimema

Terminal Service Server

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Hi,

I'm not sure if this is possible, or if anyoen other than me would even wan't to o it but.....

Is it possible to somehow ad the functionality of Windows Server 2003 into Windows XP Pro. Particularly regarding Windows Terminal Services Server. I'de love to see this functionality in my XP box. There are often people on this box when i'm at work, and i'de like to Remote Desktop in briefly to retrieve a file or some info, while not kciking them off to do it.

Cheers in advance to any knolegable person that comes along and help

Ashimema

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You could use the termsrv.dll from build 2055 of SP2 to allow a second connection to the pc without booting off the other person.. otherwise if you are just trying to get some files off look into an ftp client of somesort

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thankyou very much, i'll look into that dll file, sounds exactly like what i need.

As for ftp server, already got one setup, but using and RDC session would be very usfully for some of the other things that need doing on this PC.

Cheers

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why even bothering, - have a look at VNC (there are lots of clients and services for it also many free (or opensource),

just run it as service (windows service) and your of for a good start

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