Connecting to a Remote Host A standard Windows XP Professional installation without any additional
Microsoft or third-party software, provides basic connectivity to remote hosts
including hosts running other operating systems such as UNIX. This level of
connectivity involves utilizing the basic Internet standard TCP/IP services and
utilities within the Windows XP Professional operating system and the services
configured on the network.
Windows XP Professional provides access to remote hosts with the standard
TCP/IP protocol suite of applications, including FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is an application level protocol, used for
transferring files to and from remote computer systems.
Telnet is an application-level protocol that enables a user to log on and use a
remote computer as if that user were sitting directly at that computer.
Windows XP Professional provides both client and server services for these two
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