Terminal Service and Remote Desktop with Win XP, and Win Server 20

Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by =?Utf-8?B?V2lsc29u?=, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. I have three computers A, B, C, each running Windows XP Professional. They
    are connected by 100 MB/s LAN, and have been "seeing" one another by TCP/IP
    in a workgroup. I have three window applications W1, W2, W3 in Computer A.
    (a) First I go to Computer A, and launch the application W1, so it is
    displayed at the monitor for computer A. Note W1 application also starts
    another window application say "engine" at computer A.
    (b) Then I go to Computer B. I want to launch application W2 at Computer A,
    "remotely", using Remote Desktop, or Terminal Service. But I do not want to
    display W2 application at the computer A's monitor. Instead I want
    application W2 to display at computer B's monitor.
    (c) Then I go to Computer C. I want to launch application W3 at Computer A,
    "remotely", using Remote Desktop, or Terminal Service. But I do not want to
    display W3 application at the computer A's monitor. Instead I want
    application W3 to display at computer C's monitor.

    After all these are set up. Computer A runs application W1, W2, W3. All
    these applications are doing DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange) with "engine" at
    Computer A internally, but W2, and W3 are hiding from the user's view at
    Computer A's monitor. At the same time, Computer B's monitor displays W2
    remotely, and computer C's monitor display W3 remotely.

    My questions are:

    (1) Can the above be setup using current Window XP - SP2 ?
    (2) If not, can the configuration be set up using Window Server 2003 at
    Computer A, and Win XP at Compuetr B, and C?

    If it is possible to do the above configurations, please advise where can I
    find more detailed technical information.

    Thank you very much in advance.
    Wilson
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    CTI
     
    =?Utf-8?B?V2lsc29u?=, Apr 1, 2005
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