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Topic # 22545 31-May-2008 12:59
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Hi all

This weekend I've renewed my interest in nostalgia and decided to power up my old Win95 BOX. 
Now, on my macbook I have used RDC (remote desktop connection), to control a WinXP box connected to my WiFi DLink604T.

For this experiment, Ive connected the Win95box ethernet to the router and tried all sorts to get the RDC on the macbook to connect.
Anyone have suggestions?   I do remember the win95 box was a little sensitive to anything networking.....

Is there another method?

(apart from pulling out the hard drives and placing them in an external usb case)!


cheers
goose


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  Reply # 134627 31-May-2008 16:53
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Win95 doesn't support Remote desktop connection.
You would need to use something like VNC.




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