Both my wife and I have XP Pro installed on our machines and they are connected via wired network (direct-no hub/switch). I can browse her PC and she can browse to my machine with no problems. I tried using XP's remote desktop feature but it's not working like I think it should. We both use dialup internet and when she is on I'd like to be able to connect to her PC and surf a bit or download a driver or something. (I do not want to set up a internet sharing scheme.)Plus I'd like to be able to do some admin things on her PC and she doesn't have to leave the AOL game she's playing I got the remote desktop working ok, except when I connect to her machine, it wants to disconnect her. She is still logged on, but it puts her to the Welcome screen. If she switches back to her login, it kicks me off the remote desktop. Is there a way I can log into her PC while she is on it too? At work I use Terminal Services Client on Win2k machines. Here, someone can actually be on the server doing something and other people can connect using TSC from their workstations without logging off the person on the server itself. I thought remote desktop was basically the same as TSC? Or is it because at home, there is no actual "server"? I have fast-user switching enabled as well as the Welcome screen (as opposed to the old Win2k login). Do these setting make a difference? XP's help doesn't say much about this. Is there a setting I am missing?