05-30-2002 08:18 AM
FRom Win95 PC browse to the server, and the share named tsclient,
Note: 16 bit for Win95 old releases
32 bit for Win95 OSR2 or later
I am sure of the above, Try 32bit first
05-30-2002 08:36 AM
MS supplies connectors to Terminal Server (TS) from 16 bit and 32 bit Windows natively.
You would install a "Remote Desktop Connection" in Windows 95 to connect to the Terminal Server using your Windows 2000 CD.
After inserting the CD, from the Start page, click Perform Additional Tasks, and then click Set up Remote Desktop Connection.
In the Remote Desktop Connection-InstallShield Wizard, follow instructions until installation is complete
05-31-2002 01:40 AM
I've managed to get the software installed onto Windows 95. I used the create tool to create two disks for the 32bit version.
Can you install Terminal server onto Windows NT 4?
05-31-2002 05:21 AM
The other way: you can install a TS client on a windows NT workstation (32 bit)