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I am using remote assistant to make changes to a remote computer. However, I do not always have someone at the remote computer to help me connect. Is there a way that I can set up the remote machine so that I can connect to it when ever I need to?

I know that this poses a security issue but I could use a password.

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Do both computers have Windows XP? Home or Pro?
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Both have XP Pro. I have tried to do it from Win2K3 Server (a development machine) and had the same results.
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