• [WINServer] telnet-outbou

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    Subject: [WINServer] telnet-outbou
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    WINServer@winserver.com wrote to ROBERT WOLFE <=-

    I am in the process of setting up old doors on Win XP Pro VM using a
    game Sever which I can connect to using telenet-outbound.wcx however it displays an echo of characters, how do I turn off the echo in the telnet-outbound.wcc?

    Is this when you are connected to the remote system? If so, and if you
    are using mtelnet to connect to your system, you might want to turn off
    local echo (Alt-E I believe in mTelnet).

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