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How to add server access

By zlitocook ·
To a work station. I have done this with NT work stations but it does not work the same way with server 2000 and server 2003. All work stations are ether 2000 pro or XP pro, I would like to do every thing from my desk top and not from the server room. There was a program on the NT cd that you could run on the work station as long as you had administrator rights. That would let you access the servers from your work station.

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by w2ktechman In reply to How to add server access

The answer, RDC (remote desktop sharing).

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by CG IT In reply to How to add server access

servers have to be in terminal services remote admin mode. Then you run terminal services client program on the desktop to do remote admin of the servers. Same thing as remote desktop.

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by CGordon In reply to How to add server access

Remote Desktop Connection. But if you want the Admin kit (dns,dhcp,Ad) u can download it from MS.

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to How to add server access

To administer users and computer objects, install the Adminpak.msi (use 2003 version on XP machines).
To logon to servers, you need to:
a) Install Terminal Services in Admin mode on Windows 2000 Server
b) Enable Remote Desktop on Windows 2003 (do NOT install Terminal Services for remote admin).

Install the Terminal Services client or the Remote Desktop client (depending on personal prefs).

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