it's platform independant and does the same job that Remote Desktop does even better! ODA 564, #4 2003/05/15 Newt Inactive Joined: 2002/01/07 Messages: 10,974 Likes Received: 2 Trophy Points: 608 Location: Concord, NC, USA Computer Experience: ***** One item not mentioned is the logons must That's the whole reason they created Servers, so you have centralized user authentication. Did anyone resolve their problems, any suggestions where else to look on the web? Source
I am behind a corporate firewall that uses a proxy for internet access with an http type addressing. You said "Router needs to use dynamic IP addresses ". Stay logged in Sign up now! I have run the networking wizard for both computer and I can only see the XP Home PC in the network from the XP pro PC but not vice versa.
In your shoes I'd probably set up "internal" web sites that mirrored the public ones. Do the following from a 2K-pro system that is working properly and from an XP system that isn't. I think the practical answer right now is probably not. They are both running XP Home.
Thanks for your help. If the monitor is on, could anyone see what I was doing on the PC? Log In or Register to post comments e (not verified) on Apr 24, 2004 ms needs to impliment their new "true wizzard" it fixes most home networking. loaded and checked.
Both Terminal Services and Remote Desktop allow you to connect to a Windows machine over a network net and get a full desktop. Enterprise for your business? Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.1 and Personal Web Server (PWS) are found only in XP Pro. Use whatever drive letter pops up.
PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Networking > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Users at least. Leo September 18, 2005 7:16 PM This article may help: http://ask-leo.com/how_can_i_connect_to_my_home_computer_from_work.html auckloo November 21, 2005 1:44 AM i have a pc at work which is on a lan i want to
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Its retarded. http://webwonder.net/xp-home/xp-home-over-top-of-win-98.php Status show packets going out but none coming in. If so, how can you change it on the remote computer in order to still get to computer 1 when you want to. Log In or Register to post comments Name (required): (not verified) on Jun 1, 2006 Your Comments (required): Log In or Register to post comments Maximillian (not verified) on Aug 9,
If you are running through a router, then that router will have to open port 3389 and send it to the computer behind the router you want to connect to. There was the workgroup. Try downloading REALVNC for windows or linux. have a peek here If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
H E L P! Francisco Minondo September 18, 2005 8:21 AM I have 1 XP home and 1 XP pro at home. From office when I start the RDP software, in the computer name box i type my IP, when I click connect, after 5 seconds it says could not connect as the
They are all 255.255.255.0. Do you have a valid IP-address out of your Network-ID? is there a way to set up the printer to share via the xp home pc, or do i have to move it to the xp pro pc in order to I m using a wireless adsl router which both my pda and my laptop are connected wirelessly..
Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! This machine sees the three Windows 2000 Pro machines - and I can access the shared folders, drives, and printers. This may also be a good way to convince your manager to upgrade to XPP cheers, 10forcash 10forcash, Aug 10, 2003 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not Check This Out Can you change the default port (3389) on the 2nd machine?
ODA 564, #16 2003/05/20 Newt Inactive Joined: 2002/01/07 Messages: 10,974 Likes Received: 2 Trophy Points: 608 Location: Concord, NC, USA Computer Experience: ***** Glad it's working for you. Learn More. Leo October 6, 2004 9:21 AM No. please help me and send all procedure.
However, cable is good. Workgroup is the same and when I ping from PC Win2000 to the other PC with XP Home I get the correct IP address but no replies. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? More about Leo.
Leo A. Assuming that is already the case, do the following - and some of the below is a good idea even on a LAN that's working OK. - Get DNS out of I would like to access the office pc remotely by using a dial up line to the office pc. Since this is the case, it also cannot talk to the local DHCP server to get an ip address.
Log In or Register to post comments Piggie (not verified) on Sep 2, 2007 After reading all the complex ways that might work, I finally got it to work. 1) You