If you don't need to drive back to the office when you forget a file, you might have Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) to thank for the ability to log in remotely and not interrupt your music ripping, DVD watching, or friend-fragging session. If you use Windows XP SP2 at home, but the office machine's running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 and you connect using RDC, the new Remote Desktop Connection client, version 6.1, is for you (XP SP3 users already have it). Briefly, here's what you get:
Learn more about the update (including what to do if you're running the multilingual user interface) and get links to the update by surfing to KB952155 .
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