|December 21, 2003
guide assumes that you have already read and understand what Remote Desktop
is all about. If you haven't looked at it yet, please read: Remote
must also have already performed this step: Installing
Remote Desktop (Standard) Host
On computers using Windows
95, 98, 98 SE, ME, or 2000, you can install the Remote Desktop Standard
client software that is on the Windows XP Professional CD-ROM. Or
you can download the software directly from Microsoft. You can get
it here: Remote
Desktop Connection Software Download. This guide will show you
how to install the program off the CD-ROM.
Pop in the Windows XP Professional
CD-ROM. You'll see this: Select "Perform additional tasks".
Select "Set up Remote Desktop
You'll see this:
Read the License Agreement
and check the box labeled "I accept" and click "Next".
At this screen, type in your
username and organization if you have one. Then select the box which
allows either all users or just you to use the Remote Desktop client.
The Remote Desktop Client
is now installed. Click "Finish".
Remote Desktop Standard Client
is now installed!
Next step: Using
Remote Desktop (Standard) Client