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Old 02-21-2005, 05:53 AM   #1
hamish
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How-to: use nxclient with very limited admin privilages


Hello

I just spent the morning working out how to connect to my server from the Windows XP machines in my university computer labs, where I have no privilages.

I found very little help on google, but i got it working.

Anyway, I jotted down some notes which might help another person trying to do the same thing.

http://hamishnet.homelinux.com/pub/howtos/nxclient

I hope this helps someone, because I should be writtting my dissertation, which is due in 4 days.

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