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sharing the control panel

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Is there anyway to change control panel settings from another computer via LAN? I have a hanging problem, but I notice that I'm still able to communicate with the hung machine via LAN. I would like to try changing some settings during the hang to diagnose the problem.

I'm not seeing a standard way to "share" the control panel so it can be accessed from another computer. This is on Windows 2000, so I can't use XP's remote desktop.

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To access a GUI interface, like a control panel applet, you will need to use something like terminl server, VNC or Dameware. If it's something that can be done from the command line you could use something like psexec.

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