How to telnet remote computer without authentication

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Remote connection
Telnet
Windows 7
How can I telnet my remote computer without authentication? Both sides have Windows 7 installed.

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dell desktop

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Why did you want to access a computer without authentication through telnet? Where are the both computers that is in your office/another place? What type of network is there? Have you asked your system admin person? You can try to use SSH instead of telnet, & configure public key authentication. That is a proper way to do it. As this is security related issue, more information is needed.
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  • TheRealRaven
    For an answer, you need to identify yourself in a way that we can verify, and also provide a clear business reason for needing to know. An answer probably wouldn't be posted here in a public forum, though.
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  • ToddN2000
    Why would you want to connect without authentication? The reason authentication is used is to tighten security and prevent hacking attempts or worse.
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  • bhannah
    The others have said it. Without more information as to why you want to do it and since it is security related question. No answer can be given.
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