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:) Hi All,

I'm a newbie trying to learn my network/server. I had a computer expert set up my network that contained the following: server(Microsoft Server 2003), router (Linksys RVS 4000), and terminal XP Pro computers clients. I have administrator rights and am able to log on to the server with some selected keyboard strokes from a particular computer. However, I'm not able to access the server screen from the other client computers. Are you suppose to use the TCP/IP connection to get into the server like a router? Do you have an example? Thanks a bunch. :)
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