"Nico Tomacelli [MSFT]" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:ABFC2AC2-A0BC-4D1A-9950-8A8F599CF655@microsoft.com...
You have two choices. One is more secure than the other.
You can either install the NLA version of Remote Desktop for Windows XP (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925876)
You can change the settings for remote connections on your Vista machine to "Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure). To do this on your Vista machine, do the following. Click Control Panel - System and Maintenance - System. Click the "Remote Settings" link on the task pane in the left.
Hope this helps.
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"JenNew" <JenNew@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:F59402F9-2F57-4756-BB62-DC4E7784B73B@microsoft.com...
> Does anyone know if you can connect remotely to a computer running Vista
> Business from a computer running XP Pro? I know before Vista was released it
> had to be XP Pro to XP Pro. Want to make sure before my work computer is
> updated since my home computer is XP Pro and I do not have plans to upgrade
> at this time. Thanks.
The XP RDP 6.0 client does *NOT* support NLA even though the article implies that it does...
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