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I just bought a mini PC, and I don't have VGA cable for it. I connected it to the LAN network, and I can see the IP address and MAC address of this PC.

I think there is nothing pre-installed to connect it to my laptop trough the network and install Windows?

How can I access this computer remotely? Is it possible to connect to it somehow without anything installed on it?

I have seen THIS but I can't install this product

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I think that the best way to get this done would be to get hold of a monitor somehow, as @Shinrai already established.

If this is absolutely impossible, consider the Windows AIK, which can be used to create images for unattended installation.

For Windows 7:

For Windows Vista:

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