If you are using Vista etc, it probably won't be installed. Go to the control panel, select programs and features and on the left hand side of the screen click turn windows features on or off, scroll down until you get to telnet client and enable it.
After it installs:
type "telnet" (without " " ) and then the IP address or familiar name of the server/computer you are trying to connect to. You may also have to designate the port after the IP address or name if you're trying to connect to any but the standard telnet port (typically port 23).
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