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Where can I download the Remote Desktop Web Connection for Windows Server 2003?

The Remote Desktop Web Connection ActiveX control allows you to access your computer through Remote Desktop, via the Internet, from another computer using Internet Explorer. You must be using Internet Information Services (IIS) to host a Web site to use this feature.

Remote Desktop Web Connection provides most of the same functionality as the Remote Desktop Connection software.

Note: Users of Windows Server 2003 do not need to download this package. They can manually add this package from Add/Remove in the Control Panel. This package is offered as a convenience to Microsoft customers.

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The Remote Desktop Web Connection ActiveX control allows you to access your computer, via the Internet, from another computer using Internet Explorer. You can download the software on this page and run setup to install the ActiveX control and sample Web page on any computer running Internet Information Server 4.0 or higher.

Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000; Windows 2000 Service Pack 2; Windows 2000 Service Pack 3; Windows NT; Windows Server 2003; Windows XP; Windows XP Media Center Edition.

See Install Remote Desktop Web Connection on Windows Server 2003 and Install Remote Desktop Web Connection on Windows XP for more instructions.

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