Remote Assistance on Dial-up? ??

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q3_abhi

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Is Remote Assistance possible on Dial-up???

Is it smooth???

Wat does it require???

Any thing additional to b installed????
 

devarajan

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q3_abhi said:
Is Remote Assistance possible on Dial-up???

Is it smooth???

Wat does it require???

Any thing additional to b installed????


To install Remote Desktop Web Connection:


*Open Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel.

*Click Add/Remove Windows Components.

*Select Internet Information Services, and then click Details.

*In the Subcomponents of Internet Information Services list, select World Wide Web Service, and then click Details.

*In the Subcomponents for World Wide Web Service list, click the Remote Desktop Web Connection check box, and then click OK.

*In the Windows Components Wizard, click Next.

Open Internet Services Manager.

*Expand the folder hierarchy until you reach the local computer name\Web Sites\Default Web Site\tsweb folder.

*Right-click the tsweb folder and then click Properties.

*Click the Directory Security tab on the Properties dialog box.

*In Anonymous access and authentication control, click Edit.

*Check the Anonymous access check box on the Authentication Methods dialog box, and then click OK twice.


To connect to another computer using Remote Desktop Web Connection :p


chkt in
Code:
http://tinyurl.com/l7mjb
 

devarajan

Journeyman
The Incredible said:
Whats Remote Assistance and wats its use?

is it smooth on dial-up??

Remote Assistance in Windows XP lets you connect over the Internet and remotely control another computer running Windows XP, so you can help friends and family diagnose and fix computer problems. Expert Zone columnist and independent contributor Sharon Crawford uses Remote Assistance to help relatives in far away places. :p :wink:
 
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