I've been asked to administer an existing Windows2000 network consisting of one computer running Windows2000 Server and the other three running Windows2000 Professional. All have Service Pack 4.
I would like to be able to sometimes administer the server remotely from any one of the workstations rather than running back to the server. I know Windows 2000 has a remote administration functionality but I don't know how to invoke it.
I also have Laplink and Remote Administrator software available to use for remote access but I believe I would need to be able to run these as a service on the server. I do not want to leave the server in a logged in state even if it is locked.
Can someone advise me?
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