Connect Win 7 with XPSP3 VistaSP2 via Remote Desktop...
Microsoft is gearing up to release a tool that will permit users of Windows Vista and Windows XP computers to connect to Windows 7 machines, and to take advantage of features that only the latest version of the Windows client brings to the table. Bridging Vista and XP with Windows 7 will be possible through the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) 7.0 client.
The Redmond-based company has been cooking the client for some time now, and it appears that the baking time is almost over. There’s still no definitive delivery deadline, but with Windows 7 general availability now almost a month away, Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 GA is bound to follow.
System Manufacturer/Model Number ultraplanet - model 23 OS Windows 7 CPU P4 3.0 HT Motherboard Intel DQ965GF Memory 4 gigs of Crucial DDR2 Graphics Card nVidia GeForce 7800GT 256MB 256-bit w/ ACCELS1 Rev 2 Sound Card on board Monitor(s) Displays HP 2509m Screen Resolution 1920x1080
Keyboard Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Mouse see keyboard PSU 650 watt Case Antec Cooling Cool Master Hard Drives 2x 320gb Seagate Barracuda's - SATA 3Gbit/s - RAID-0 array Internet Speed comcast cable Other Info 7 Ultimate and 7 Pro twice each at home - Gigabit on the Network - Tomato on the Linksys - I freely share my wireless with my neighbors (8-10 additional devices)
Connect Win 7 with XPSP3 VistaSP2 via Remote Desktop... problems?