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I have a PCANYWHERE as a remote control tools but find itis inconvinence for the remote side to install the program of big size. Do u all think there are any remote control program which can allow as below:
In case to control other party, what it need  is Just only send a small execute program( less that 200k), WHen the other party receive the program (via email attachment) and just click it ot run, then you can  remote control their computer.
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by:eswyang
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I heard from other that there are a product called DD agent which perform well . But do not knopw where to get?
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by:hkmdj
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I recommend you look at LapLink.  I remember using it often, for both cable connections and Internet connections.

Here is their awards page:

http://www.laplink.com/products/ll2k/awards.asp

However, I think that radmin is an up and comer with the small footprint that you mentioned.

http://www.famatech.com/

Good Luck!
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by:jdtan
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Go to http://www.expertcity.com/ and check out how they do it (via a browser plug-in).
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by:1technocrat
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Timbuktu Is excellent for remote control and installation try that.

Ben
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by:brodey
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Hey if you got a couple of grand to spend you could always install Citrix Mainframe on all the servers, and get free client programs (1.5 megs). It will do all you want 10x better with a whole lot of other features.
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by:saile01
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go to http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/index.html
it's a FREE remote control for windows,mac unix,....
it's very little
work in service in NT
you can use a browser als client for taking control of pc
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How about an easy program that does everything, and it's a small program.  All you need to do is have a constant IP address for it to work.  You can also achieve control of more than one PC as well.

The program is called E/POP, and we use it at our office.  Not only can you control other PCs, but you can use it as a chat client as well.

Here's the link to grab the file.

http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0-10061-100-1422168.html?tag=st.dl.10001_103_1.lst.td

If the link fails to work, simply go to download.cnet.com , and put in E Pop as the search item.  Sroll down, and look for e/pop.

Let me know if this is what you choose,

Christopher.

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