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Before initiating the connection, you should ensure the Windows Vista computer is set for incoming remote connections, if you haven t already. First, make sure that your Vista account has a password Terminal Server Client won t be able to connect otherwise. Next, ensure that Vista s remote desktop feature is activated. Click the Start button, rightclick Computer, and click Properties. In the window that appears, click the Remote Settings link on the left side. In the dialog box that appears, click Allow Connections from Computers Running Any Version of Remote Desktop (Less Secure), and then click Apply.
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Note These instructions assume that you intend to connect using a Windows Vista administrator username and password. If not, you ll need to click the Select Users button and add the user accounts you wish to use.
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Back on the Ubuntu computer, click Applications Internet Terminal Server Client. Once the program is running, in the Computer field, type either the IP address of the machine or its fully qualified domain name (FQDN). You don t need to type the username, password, or any other details. Click Connect, and a new window should appear, in which you should see a login prompt. You should then log in to Windows using your username and password.
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Here, we use an XP Professional machine as an example, but the instructions are also valid for Windows 2000 and NT. First, make sure the Windows XP computer is configured to allow incoming RDP connections. To configure it, right-click My Computer and select Properties. In the System Properties dialog box, click the Remote tab, and make sure Allow Users to Connect Remotely to This Computer is checked, as shown in Figure 33-4. The Windows computer to which you want to connect may also need to be updated with the latest service packs, particularly in the case of a Windows 2000 computer.
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Figure 33-4. You need to enable the option under Remote Desktop to access Windows XP
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Professional machines using RDP and the Terminal Server Client program.
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To connect, use the Terminal Server Client program, which is on the Applications Internet menu. Once it s running, in the Computer field, type either the IP address of the machine or its FQDN (if applicable). You don t need to type the username, password, or any other details. Click Connect, and a new window should appear, in which you should see an XP login prompt. You should then log in to Windows using your username and password.
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Caution If you haven t set a password for your user account on the Windows machine, you won t be able
to log in. This is a quirk of the Windows XP RDP system. The solution is simple: use the User Accounts applet within the Windows Control Panel to assign yourself a password.
Connecting to Other Computers
You can download a VNC server for just about any operating system. Windows and Linux are supported, as is Mac OS X. In fact, a VNC server will run on any Windows computer, from 95 upward. Once it s installed, you can then use the Terminal Server Client program within Ubuntu to connect to that computer s remote desktop.
Note Any computer that s running the VNC Viewer program can access a computer running a VNC server
(including the one set up by Ubuntu s Remote Desktop feature). Various VNC Viewer programs are available for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, and other operating systems, including the likes of PocketPC. Just search the Web using VNC Viewer as a search string to find viewer programs.
Of course, you ll have the same insecurities and lack of desktop blanking that plague VNC connections to a Ubuntu desktop, as described previously. But if you re prepared to accept this, you ll be pleased to hear that setting up the VNC server on the Windows machine is easy. TightVNC, available from www.tightvnc.com, is one of the best variations of VNC around. You should download the self-installing package for Windows. During installation, you ll be asked if you want to register TightVNC as a system service. Click the check box alongside this option. This will activate the VNC server every time the computer starts. Once the program is installed, the server configuration program will appear. You should change the password by overtyping the default in the Password field. Connecting to the remote Windows machine is also a piece of cake. On the Ubuntu system, open Remote Desktop Viewer (Applications Internet Remote Desktop Viewer) and click the Connect button. Type the remote computer s IP address into the Host field, and then click Connect. There s no need to fill in any of the other details. You ll be prompted for the remote computer s VNC server password and, once you enter this, the remote desktop will appear in a window. Figure 33-5 shows an example of connecting to a Windows 98 computer.
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