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I have customer who I have networked a laptop through a netgear router.  Everything is working properly as far athe network goes.  She wants to be able to see here main hardiwred computer through her networked laptop.  How can I get her laptop basically to mirror her hardwired computer? I have the files shared and networkedfrom the main hardwired computer.
What is the best way to configure this setup?  Thanks!!   All answers would be greatly appreciated!!!


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Hi compucharley,
use remote desktop or www.logmein.com

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Start->Run->Mstsc /v MainComputer <Enter>

will initiate the remote console connection.
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