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Old 11-12-2007, 04:08 PM   #1
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Need a place to start.......

Hey Linux community,

I'm semi new to linux and have currently configured a fedora 7 desktop pc. I figure instead of reinventing the wheel here I'd rather have you guys give me a place to get started. What I would like to do is be able to connect to the pc via RDP. In doing so I would also like to have the pc authenticated to my SBS 2003 R2 domain. Can any one give me some advice on where to begin and what challenges I might be facing?

Thanks a ton!

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You're in luck! Linux has long had the remote desktop protocol as part of it. or look through your menus for rdesktop. If it's not already there, you can probably install it with "yum install rdesktop" or similar.


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