JSI Tip 2758. The Windows 2000 Telnet client.

The Windows 2000 Telnet client does not have a GUI, it must be started from a CMD prompt.

The Windows 2000 Telnet client uses NTLM authentication by default. See tip 2757.

The Windows 2000 Telnet client does NOT support session logging.

See 2385 » How do I change the Windows 2000 Telnet Service greeting, prompt, etc?

See 2688 » How do I restrict users from gaining access to Windows 2000 via Telnet?

See 2687 » When you uninstall SFU 1.0 from Windows 2000, the Telnet Server service is also removed?

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