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PuTTY settings to replicate Windows XP telnet program

I am working with a high voltage power supply that can be remote controlled via telnet over TCP/IP. This worked very well for a few years using the built-in telnet client of Windows XP. As Windows XP ...
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Windows port opening

I had a problem with opening port between my host (windows 7) and a virtual box (windows xp) system. On my host win7 system, I added a port from the inbound rule (port 777) under the firewall advance ...
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Download file from DropBox via telnet on Windows XP?

Is it possible to download a text (or even an exe) file from Dropbox, using telnet at the command prompt on Windows XP? If so, what are the detailed step by step commands to achieve this?
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How do you resolve the error “Access Denied: Specified user is not a member of TelnetClients groups.”?

I have two computers one running windows xp(professional) and other is windows 7(Home premium).I want to connect from xp to windows 7, but I am getting error like this Access Denied: Specified user ...
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Characters typed won't appear in the command line when connected via TELNET

On Windows XP, I changed the localecho field by setting it to ON, but after I quit telnet and make a connection in the command line, the localecho field is set again to OFF. Anyone know how to handle ...
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test port by telnet command on localhost (OS=windows)?

I have windows Xp , I want to test some port , someone advice me to use telnet command on localhost to test it . but i don't know how i can do it (syntax of telnet command on local host) ?
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Telnet inconsistency

I am having issues running telnet in windows xp. When I do: Start > run > telnet > set localecho > set crlf > o bing.com 80 I get "Connecting to bing.com..." and it never goes further. I can ...
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Telnet into XP machine

Is it possible for XP to be setup to allow a Linux computer to telnet into it?
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How to use “edit” command via telnet

I use telnet to connect my client, and try to edit a file. But I find that I can't edit it. I can't even use "Alt" key to control the application. How can I solve this problem? (I can't install any ...