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hi gurus,

i got a hurry questions need to ask for. for example, my pc is located at www.mydomain.edu, and has dreamweaver installed. one user's pc is in www.otherdmian.com and this user wants to use the dreamweaver software in my pc. how to do this?

q1. is there security issue involved ?

q2. or even copyright issue?

q3. if this user wants to map into my pc, must his pc be in www.mydomain.edu domain as well?

thanks million for your reply,

regards,

lilyyan
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Your associate could use any of the many remote control products, radmin, vnc, terminal server (windows remote desktop connection), gotomypc.  There are SIGNIFIGANT security concerns, and because of the graphic intensive nature of Dreamweaver, the usability may be comprimised.  
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