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I have a home network consisting of one WINXP PRO machine and the other WIN95.

Does anyone know of software (free?) that would allow the user on the XP machine to control the WIN95 machine? ie move the mouse, close programs,

Your help appreciated..

adam
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Do those versions of WIN have Netmeeting?

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