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 PostPost subject: Remotely Accessing WFW 3.11        Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2018 7:24 am 
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I've installed WFW 3.11 to qemu. Got networking working, now I'm trying to get a program on their to access it remotely. I know I could use VNC with qemu, but I would like to go the native route.

I've heard pcanywhere 2.0 should work, but at 85% of the way through the install process I get a version check error on ole2prox.dll.

Does anyone have a copy of netops 6.5 or know how to fix pcanywhere 2.0?


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 PostPost subject: Re: Remotely Accessing WFW 3.11        Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:39 pm 
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mkunz7 wrote:
I've installed WFW 3.11 to qemu. Got networking working, now I'm trying to get a program on their to access it remotely. I know I could use VNC with qemu, but I would like to go the native route.

I've heard pcanywhere 2.0 should work, but at 85% of the way through the install process I get a version check error on ole2prox.dll.

Does anyone have a copy of netops 6.5 or know how to fix pcanywhere 2.0?

https://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-fi ... nload.html
In theory, download the dll and put it where the pcanywhere 2.0 files are

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