Server 2K3 - Seeing What Client Sees...

Posted on 2003-10-23
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Last Modified: 2010-03-19
Hello everyone...

I am Building a new Window 2K3 Domain for the company that I am working for and I am basicly a Novell guy.

In Zenworks for novell there is a tool that allows you to take over a clients computer, and see what they see on there screen.

Is there a tool like this for server 2003?

Please help!  Links Apreciated...
Question by:emilbus20
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ewtaylor earned 500 total points
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This should be exactly what you are looking for remote desktop connection

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Thank you!

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