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How do I give users access to directly connect to a Windows 2000 server?

Expert Christa Anderson explains to a reader that the Remote Desktop Connection tool can be used to allow users to directly connect to a server.

I have installed Terminal Services in Windows 2000. How do I give access to users to directly connect to the 2000 server? The clients are in XP.

XP clients should be able to use the Remote Desktop Connection tool to connect to the Terminal Server. They need...

to have the right to log onto the terminal server (see their user account properties).

This was first published in August 2006

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