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Using Windows Remote Console through SLED

I'm working on using a real Operating System to access the Windows Remote Console interface so I can connect to my Windows System with full priviledges. Has anyones else done this?

I'm current running SLED 10.2 to connect to the Windows System through Remote Console.
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Re: Using Windows Remote Console through SLED

Chuckypoo wrote:
> I'm working on using a real Operating System to access the Windows
> Remote Console interface so I can connect to my Windows System with
> full priviledges. Has anyones else done this?
>
> I'm current running SLED 10.2 to connect to the Windows System through
> Remote Console.
>
>


You meaning using rdesktop (or rdesktop via krdc or something like that)?

Do it all the time.... I don't use SLED, but I've done this using
the rdesktop packages from SUSE or openSUSE on SLES and of course
I've done this from openSUSE/SUSE Prof.

My domain id has Domain Admin privs....

I think I'm missing exactly what you are trying to do (??) or
what you might be asking (yes I use rdesktop)... or I'm assuming you
are asking, when you're just telling us something (??).

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Using Windows Remote Console through SLED

cjcox wrote:

> You meaning using rdesktop (or rdesktop via krdc or something like that)?


Doh! You just gave support!

--
Joe
"Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us
who do."
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