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From "Mike Barnosky" <>
Subject Re: Now I've gone and done it
Date Sat, 02 Aug 1997 16:40:08 GMT
 PCAnywhere will also let you remotely connect to and administer a WIN-NT
server.  It is used at my company by a vendor of our NT application for them
to send application versions from their remote office.


-----Original Message-----
From: Randy Terbush <>
To: <>
Date: Saturday, August 02, 1997 12:28 PM
Subject: Re: Now I've gone and done it

>> > Circumstances beyond my control have lead to my purchase of a WinNT
>> > 4.0 server....
>> >
>> > How the hell do you remote administer these things?
>> >
>> > Anyone who could share a couple of "start here" pointers would be
>> > very much appreciated.
>> I use a package called ReachOut.  It basically shows you the NT console
>> remotely.  You can reboot, install stuff, even apply service packs
>> remotely.  You do need a decently fast connection.  128K ISDN is useable.
>> -Rasmus
>This is what I am really after. "The ability to apply service packs
>remotely". That appears to be a fairly frequent occurance.
>(HotFixes) The 128K ISDN is a problem though. I'll look for lower
>bandwidth options.
>Thanks Rasmus

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