Tried to install Windows Remote Desktop Connection.

I'm running 32 bit xp pro svc pk 3, ie 8. I have a friend who is running xp home, svc pk 3, IE 8. I want to set up a connection to remote so I can help with fixing on the xp pc problems at home. Search in the forums gave me this site: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?DisplayLang=en&id=856 , I tried to download from my cd and got a msg saying it is already installed on the xp pro and look under the heading accessories communications remote desktop connection, I did it but it is not listed. Services has help and Auto Connection - connection - management session in this moment I on manual, I started the services and their changed automatically, but it isn't always in my accessories.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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Thank you N Syed, but I finally found a site that has responded to my question. Noted above, and it explains where and what file to find mstsc file and place it in the folder of the comm in VAC. However it gave me an error msg: specified file is not found. PAM handed the file system protected to system32 and instead, I created a shortcut on the desktop. and now, I'll check the link above.

Downloading and the ms support link is fine, but they do not explain where the file is located on your computer, it just says that it is loaded in your pc.

Appreciate your attempt anyway. Thank you and I am afraid that this question is closed.

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