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If a bear craps in the woods, can I still code an activeX VNC server/client component?

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Yes. But Microsoft will disapprove.
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Ah yes......MS.  

Let's hope I'm too small for them to bother with for a while.

Thanks again.

Jim
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Are you mad in general, or do you have some sort of thing about bears?
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Going mad as we type...  This whole VNC / PCAnywhere ActiveX thing will do it to ya.

The main thing is getting the desktop graphics as fast as possible.  

I'm trying....but *bearly* hanging on.

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