I was ashamed to ask the question to my colleagues though I am an absolute newbie.
When I finally got the courage to do ask, I found out to my surprise that they did not know better than me.
Here is the question:
I access the AD of my customer by logging to a Windows Server 2003, call it N, via an RDP (MSTSC IP address) and then by making another TS in the same way (again RDP, MSTSC) to another windows 2003 server on my customer's network, call it server A.
The question is: Everybody seems to transfer files needed from server A to my PC or vice versa via email for small files and file-transfer-tool for bigger files.
Is not there a simpler way to copy files from server A to my PC?
I tried connecting via TS with RDP while mapping my drive C...this worked to transfer files from server A to server N, but did not work to copy files from server N to my PC.
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