is term.serv. in w2k prof?

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hi
i need to know
if its possible to install terminal services
in a w2000 prof computer
that will be managed remotely

thanks
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atte,
Hernán Castelo
UTN Buenos Aires
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do i need to enable some specific port on the firewall,
for run vnc?

thanks

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atte,
Hernán Castelo
UTN Buenos Aires
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Hernán Castelo <hhh@hotmail.com> wrote in news:#NF023iIEHA.2256
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> hi
> i need to know
> if its possible to install terminal services
> in a w2000 prof computer
> that will be managed remotely
>
> thanks

Hernán,
Sorry, You can not install terminal services on a win2000 professional OS.
you CAN install terminal services on XP, and windows 2000 Server OS.

You need to use something called TightVNC. www.tightvnc.com OR PCAnywhere.

-cseeger
 
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Hernán Castelo <hhh@hotmail.com> wrote in news:#Zdg4ojIEHA.3720
@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl:

> do i need to enable some specific port on the firewall,
> for run vnc?
>
> thanks
>

yes, with TightVNC there is a server application, and a Viewer application.
The Server normally runs on port 5900. So open up TCP on port 5900 and
direct that to the server running TightVNC Server on your LAN.

good luck, hope this helped

-cseeger