Windows Xp Remote Desktop Connection

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highspeed

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I need help from you guys..
I have a Pentium 4 hp desktop computer running win xp pro with service pack 2. I can use remote desktop to connect from this pentium 4 pc but cannot connect from pentium 3 running windows xp pro service pack 1 to the pentium 4 pc.
What might be the cause of this?
I have selected remote desktop and remote assistance under exception tab in windows firewall on the pentium 4 hp computer running the service pack 2..

How can I get to connect from the pentium 3 with service pack 1 to the pentium 4 with service pack 2?
Also i have a question here..
If in case I have a computer at home with no internet connection but the one at work ah internet connection. And you know since the one at home has no internet connection, how can i connect through remote desktop to the one at work?
Give me detailed process please..
 

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And you know since the one at home has no internet connection, how can i connect through remote desktop to the one at work?
Both computers need to be connected to each other through some type of networked connection in order for Remote Desktop to work.
 
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RDP from home to your work, you definitely need internet.
if not, there is no way to conn.

best.
 

highspeed

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Ok, thank you..
And why is it that I cannot connect from the pentium 3 computer to the pentium 4 computer through RDC?
Also if it possible for someone to create a RDC from one computer in Country A to another computer in country B?
Example: Can a computer in China be able to make a RDC to a computer in japan through IP or something?
 
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