How to enable Telnet Client

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Telnet is a client-server protocol, based on a reliable connection-oriented transport. Typically this protocol is used to establish a connection to Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) port number 23, where a Telnet server application (telnetd) is listening. Telnet, however, predates TCP/IP and was originally run over Network Control Program (NCP) protocols.

In order to enable Telnet on Windows Vista or 7:

         1.  Click the Start button, click Control Panel, click Programs;

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         2.  Click Turn Windows features on or off;

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         3.  In the Windows Features dialog box, select the Telnet Client check box;

 

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         4.  Click OK to start the installation. A configuration window should appear. The installation might take several minutes. When the installation is complete, the configuration window will close without prompting that setup is complete.

 

To open Telnet, click the Start button, type Telnet in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
To use Telnet to connect to a remote server, type open at the command prompt, and press ENTER.

When you are finished with Telnet, you can uninstall it from the user's computer. To do this, return to the Turn Windows features on or off window, click to clear the Telnet Client check box, and then click OK. A configuration window should appear. When it closes, Telnet has been uninstalled.

To verify that Telnet has been uninstalled, click the Start button, and then type Telnet in the Start Search dialog box. The search results should display a "No items match your search" message.


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