NT Viewer ???

Posted on 1999-01-19
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Last Modified: 2013-12-23
Is there a tool on a NT base network to view some other computer's screen from my computer without causing any problem to the watched computer ????

A tool like this exist on unix based networks.
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tcalesa earned 20 total points
ID: 1571941
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Reachout (Stac Software)
M$ SMS (helpdesk)

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ID: 1571942
I have the microsoft SMS installed on my computer.
How do i perform this job ???

Expert Comment

ID: 1571943
Yes, there is remote control in SMS. Or you can download WinVNC, what is free. (But both are making visible signs (mouse cursor troubles) on watched computer.

Expert Comment

ID: 1571944
To use SMS You need to install the server and then setup the workstation portion of it.

What are you trying to accomplish by this?

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