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Re: [vox] Connecting to a 'headless' Windows box (Was re: OLPC XO("$100 laptop") available to public)
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Re: [vox] Connecting to a 'headless' Windows box (Was re: OLPC XO("$100 laptop") available to public)



Norm Matloff wrote:
On Tue, Sep 25, 2007 at 02:42:26PM -0700, Jeff Newmiller wrote:

BTW: I regularly use Krdc (Remote Desktop) through a virtual private
network connection.
But at least from what I understand from their home page, it wouldn't
solve the VNC problem I described, right?
You trimmed my response to this... the limitation is in the OS, not the
remote access software.  If you are a gung-ho Windows user (and why
would you be here if that were the case?) you can apparently bypass the
roadblocks Microsoft has setup. [1]  Otherwise, buy a Server version of
Windows.

[1] http://blandname.com/2006/09/19/running-terminal-services-on-windows-xp/

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