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    Quote Originally Posted by feyt333 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by swc666 View Post
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    I have two computer

    two computer connected same network

    first computer installed backtrack, second computer installed winxp sp2

    I use first computer(backtrack), I want enter second computer(winxp)

    winxp open ports 135,138,445,3389..(SMB protocols)

    How can I do that? Which programme can I use?
    how can make remote desktop between them?
    PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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    Q: How can you enter your other computer shares within your own Lan?
    A: On the desktop click "System", then "Remote Places", and then "Samba Shares".

    Q: How can you make remote desktop between them?
    A: Install VNC on f.ex. the Windows Machine, and use the VNC Viewer in BackTrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skull2006 View Post
    I have two computer
    two computer connected same networkfirst computer installed backtrack, second computer installed winxp sp2I use first computer(backtrack), I want enter second computer(winxp)winxp open ports 135,138,445,3389..(SMB protocols)How can I do that? Which programme can I use?
    how can make remote desktop between them?
    PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
    If you can't figure out how to make two computers on a local network talk to each other then you probably need to study some networking basics
    there is a good book called networking for dummies search amazon.com for it.

    It is obvious that you did not search but rather found a thread that has something similar to your post and decided to hijack it .
    There are several tutorials that have been posted here on how to do just what you are asking.
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/search.php
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    This is getting to be a pointless stupid discussion.

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