How to Enable a Remote Desktop on Windows 2000


Windows Server 2000 is network of computers managed by an administrator. Communication can occur between the server and its clients by enabling the Remote Desktop Protocol (RPD). In order to enable the remote protocol on your server you must install Windows 2000 Terminal Services using the Windows Wizard Component tool. In order to install the services that enable the remote desktop you must make sure that you have administrative privileges on the server.

Things You'll Need

  • Windows Server 2000
  • Log on to Windows Server 2000 as an administrator and click the "Start" button from your desktop. Move your cursor over the "Settings" option and click the "Control Panel" option.

  • Double-click on the "Add/Remove Programs" option. Click the "Add/Remove Windows Components" option and the Windows Components Wizard will open.

  • Click on the box next to the "Terminal Services" field so that it's selected and then click the "Next" button.

  • Click the "Remote Administration mode" option from the "Terminal Services Setup" page, then click "Next."

  • Allow time for the installation to complete, then click on "Finish." Click the "Close" button to exit the dialog box.

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