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Problems with Remote Desktop


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Mr.Chow

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I got my remote desktop working. I am currently using 2000 on this computer trying to access my computer downstairs that is using XP Pro.

I have the screen that will come up and got that done but when logging onto the computer it wont let me. It says i don't have enough privleges.

I don't know why ?!?!

There is no passowrd. Everything has been setup up to be open on my network. There is no firewall blocking it.

I have read the tutorials and such and tryed looking it up online but no success ...

Any suggestions would be apreciated =)

Thanx
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Hi Mr.Chow,

Welcome to Geeks To Go, my name is Tony.


Just a question for you, do you have admin rights on the XP Computer?
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Yes there is only one user on the computer. It has full admin and no password the computer is intended to be for everyone to have full access. And will automatlically log on to to that user.
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:whistling:

Ideas ? Anyone use it ?
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