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By binoy ·
How do you configure/set-up the remote access service for WindowsNT Server?

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by kevin_b In reply to Setting-up Remote Access ...

If you are talking about setting up dialing in or out, set up a modem and then go to control panel, network, services, click add and select RAS. If you are talking about remote admin, the tools are on the server CD. Go to the pc you want to be able to administer the server from and put in the server cd and browse to \clients\srvtools and pick the platform, and take it from there. If you are using 95/98, edit the autoexec to include the path to the directory the tools were installed to, default c:\srvtools. Good Luck!

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by sukesh75 In reply to Setting-up Remote Access ...

Load the windows NT Cd, then go to Network Neighbourhood properties, click on services, press add, select RAS from the list, give the path of the cd. Press close and the binding will take place. Restart and when the password screen comes up there will bea small check box below stating Connect using dial up or something. Check that box and then connect after providing the password it will then ask you what the number to be dialed and let the wizard guide you through the rest .

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