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telneting 9 years 1 week ago #30570

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I have connected 2 PCs together with a cross cable running xp, how do I enable telnet and telnet on the other computers command line

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Re: telneting 9 years 1 week ago #30572

Enable and start the telset service on both computers by going to Start > Run, and type services.msc and hitting OK. When the Services window comes up, find Telnet, change the startup type to manual (or automatic), and click the Start button (do this on both computers).

Then to telnet to the other computer, go to the command prompt and type telnet %IP_addr_of_other_comp% and hit Enter

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Re: telneting 9 years 1 week ago #30577

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Re: telneting 9 years 1 week ago #30594

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hey!!

I enabled telnet and telnetted an IP address, but it kept denying me acces or closing my connection.

it told me to create a telnetclient group and import members which i did but couldnt connect. It also told me that shell process not running , quite a headache men

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Re: telneting 9 years 1 week ago #30595

Like this?


Add the username that you're telnetting with to the Administrators group on the remote computer.

I replicated this like this:
1. Created the same user account (i.e.: test) on both computers (member of the Users default group)
2. Telnetted to the remote computer and got the error
3. Added the user account (test) to the Administrators group on the remote computer
4. Telnetted again and got in successfully

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the only way..... 9 years 1 week ago #30602

Add the username that you're telnetting with to the Administrators group on the remote computer.

I replicated this like this:
1. Created the same user account (i.e.: test) on both computers (member of the Users default group)
2. Telnetted to the remote computer and got the error
3. Added the user account (test) to the Administrators group on the remote computer
4. Telnetted again and got in successfully



Sose KillaBeE is right. u have to create an account for both systems. for example. system A and system B.

you do this> System A u create an account for system b which will be ur user name when u want to log on to system A and vice versa.



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