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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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PC Anywhere
Reachout (Stac Software)
M$ SMS (helpdesk)
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I have the microsoft SMS installed on my computer.
How do i perform this job ???
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by:abmo
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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.
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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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