I'm assuming you don't NOT have the ISO-C 3D version!
You should have a Dicom Bridge attached, you have to conencto to Dicom Bridge using PC Anywhere software program connected to Dicom Bridge via 9pin 'D' null cable. You can connect a Monitor & keyboard directly to Dicom Bridge & make changes but its a little tricky without mouse.
To configure is not easy to explain here, there are 3 files that need to be configured with relevant details, detail that the IT person would have provided like;
Destination Port number
There are two versiosn of Dicom Bridge, Windows 2000 & later Windows XP.