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I have a Dell Latitude C610 (OK stop laughing), running XP Pro. I am VERY novice. My company gave me a Sprint USB wireless modem, I installed and it works well. Since installing it, I cannot get the laptop to use the onboard LAN port when I need it. I boot without the wireless, and plug my Ethernet...
I'm trying to do the above with no sucess although I can connect msQuery, create msAccess projects, and ODBC with the remote server. The remote server is already configured to accept remote connections.!!! the message is that the remote server do not allow remote connections!!! any ideas