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For more information about remote troubleshooting tools and features, click Tools in Help and Support Center. For more information about configuring remote connections, see 25, Connecting Remote Offices, 8, Configuring Remote Desktop.
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The Computer Management tool (Compmgmt.msc) provides a predefined set of MMC snapins for performing common computer management tasks or gathering useful information about local or remote computers for troubleshooting. By using Computer Management, you can view information about the following:
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To view information or manage a remote computer 1. On the desktop, right-click My Computer, and then click Manage. 2. Right-click Computer Management (Local), and then click Connect to another computer. 3. In the Select Computer dialog box, click Another computer, and then enter the name of the remote computer to which you want to connect. 4. Select any of the tools listed to view and manage remote computer information. Note that for Computer Management to connect to a remote Windows XP computer, the remote computer must allow incoming network traffic on TCP port 445. In Windows XP Service Pack 2, the default configuration of Windows Firewall blocks incoming network traffic on this port, so to use Computer Management to connect to a remote computer running Windows XP Service Pack, you add an exception to Windows Firewall on the remote machine to open TCP port 445. To do this, do the following: 1. Click Start, select All Programs, select Accessories, and select Command Prompt. 2. At the command prompt, type netsh firewall set portopening TCP 445 ENABLE and press ENTER.
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You can also use Computer Management to view information gathered by applications or custom scripts that implement Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), a unified architecture for describing and using Windows objects. For more information about WMI, see the MSDN Library link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources and in the table of contents expand Win32 and COM Development, expand Administration and Management, and finally expand Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).
Remote Desktop
Although Remote Desktop is not specifically a troubleshooting tool, this feature does enable you to use a local keyboard, mouse, and video display to remotely diagnose and troubleshoot problems that do not require collaboration with someone logged on at the computer. For example, you can use Remote Desktop to verify a problem on a computer within a network domain. While using Remote Desktop, the remote computer remains locked and any actions that you perform are not visible on the monitor attached to the remote computer. This is intended behavior because Remote Desktop was designed primarily for the following reasons:
To enable you to work with or troubleshoot a computer (such as your office system) from a remote location by using a direct network, secure virtual private network (VPN), or remote access connection to your organization s network To enable administrators or other designated users or groups (such as Help Desk) to manage or troubleshoot computers remotely To remotely access a computer without concern about unauthorized users viewing your actions or taking control of the remote system
Remote Desktop Restrictions
Remote Desktop uses Windows XP Professional security features to grant or deny access based on user permissions. Before using Remote Desktop, be aware of the following restrictions:
You typically cannot establish connections to external (nondomain) computers that are located outside your organization s firewall. To bypass this limitation, use Internet Proxy or Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server client software. You typically cannot establish a session from your home computer on the Internet to your office system. To bypass this limitation, you must first establish a secure VPN connection to your office network. You cannot establish Remote Desktop connections between two computers connected directly to the Internet.
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