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Is it possible to Remote Desktop into a Windows Vista desktop computer that does not have a monitor?

Can you remote desktop into a Windows Vista computer that does not have a monitor attached to it? Will the Vista computer boot up and run to allow the remote desktop connection?

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To answer my own question above... Yes, you can remote desktop and log into a Windows Vista Ultimate computer that does NOT have a monitor attached. I just successfully remote desktop'ed into my Vista computer that has no monitor from a Windows 7 desktop computer. Pretty cool!
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Yes, it works... I successfully tried it!
I also just wanted to point out that there doesn't need to be a keyboard, mouse or monitor connected to the computer that you are remote desktoping into it. –  Doug  May 23rd, 2010 at 2:48 AM
Another thing that I tried, which also works is remote desktoping into one computer, and then from that remote computer, you can then remote desktop into another computer... –  Doug  May 23rd, 2010 at 2:50 AM
You can also have multiple remote desktop connections going at the same time to different computers. –  Doug  May 23rd, 2010 at 6:31 PM

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