I went to test a POP3 server connection from one of our Vista remote clients, and discovered that the Telnet client was not installed by default.
In the Vista default view:
Click on the green Programs Link. You will be taken to the following page:
The link with the shield, Turn Windows features on or off, is the next one to click on.
You will be greeted with the now famous UAC (User Access Control):
From there, you can choose to install whatever Vista feature you are looking for:
Then, you will be done.
If you are a bit of a traditionalist, as I am, then you can switch to the Classic View, and click on the icon!
Now, off to find the source of my POP3 problem!
Windows Vista User Access Control on TechNet:
Microsoft's Windows Vista homepage.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists