How do I configure Windows Server 2000 to accept remote access connections?

Answer Click "Start," "My Computer."Right-click on "My Computer" and choose "Properties."Select the "Remote" tab and tick the box that states the following: "Enable Remote Desktop on this computer." Click... Read More »

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How do I configure Windows 2000 to use server time?

Configuring Windows 2000 to Use Server TimeGo to "Start," and click on "Run." Type "regedit" in the dialog box, and click "OK." Look for "HKEY LOCAL MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Tim... Read More »

How do I Remote Restart a Windows 2000 Server Without RDC or Telnet?

Your Windows 2000 machine does not need Remote Desktop or Telnet to reboot it from your local machine, because Windows has a built-in "shutdown.exe" utility that allows you to remotely reboot a Win... Read More »

How to Enable Remote Access Windows 2000 Server?

The Windows 2000 operating system has a remote access application called "Terminal Services." The Terminal Services application was renamed with Windows XP to "Remote Desktop." Enabling remote acce... Read More »

How to Configure an Apache Server on Windows?

The Apache HTTP Server is the number one web server in use on the Internet today. Apache is a open source project maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. Many businesses use the Apache server... Read More »