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Remote Desktop

Windows XP Professional has a spiffy feature called Remote Desktop that lets you connect to and use your computer from another location. You’ll be able to see your computer’s screen, move the mouse and type on the keyboard just as if you were there. This is just what you need when you’re out of town and need to read a file you left on the computer back home, or if you have to catch up on work at the office while you’re at home changing Alexa Marie’s diapers. I’ve been using this feature a lot while writing this book, and I love it.

You also can use the Remote Desktop client program to attach to computers running Windows NT Terminal Server Version and Windows .NET and 2000 Server’s Terminal Services. The client program lets you log on to these computers to access special applications or for administration and maintenance.


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