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Remote control of a Win2K system

Remote control of a Win2K system

Remote control of a Win2K system

When I try to take remote control of a Win2K system the client system will beep every few seconds and it becomes sluggish (ie. the mouse jerks).  From my console I can see the client desktop but all I can do is move the mouse.  I cannot open any programs.  The client cannot open most programs either.  If the client does open task manager (for example) as soon as I move the mouse from my console it closes task manager down.  After I end my remote session the client system has to be rebooted before things work normally again.
Has anyone else had similar problems when trying to take remote control of a Win2K system?

RE: Remote control of a Win2K system

I have the same problem - remote is very slow and I have to reboot my machine.  If your read the release notes that come with SMS SP1 it identifies this as a problem with WIn2K

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