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How can I use windows Remote Desktop to be like Dameware or Ideal Administrator, so that both the remote user and the client user can see what is happining without using Remote Assistant.
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Remote desktop is just that. you can remote into and log into a desktop. You CANOT login or remote it if the client is logged in also. It can't be done that I am awawre of, thats why people use Dameware or Idel Administrator
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There is always Unsolicited Remote Assistance, if you have the rights to the box. Paste the following into the run command....

%windir%\explorer.exe "hcp://CN=Microsoft%20Corporation,L=Redmond,S=Washington,C=US/Remote%20Assistance/Escalation/Unsolicited/Unsolicitedrcui.htm"
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I know it is still Remote assistance, but at least you can initiate it right then....
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hladamjr

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I heard that it is possible through terminal server , but I don't know how?
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The unsolicted way I proposed is the only way I know of. Not sure of a TS way to do it....Sorry, wish I had more to go on for you......
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I remembered that I received an email saying that dual view could be through connecting to a terminal server, this article i received last year and I think I deleted that mail
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Connecting TO a Terminal server is one thing, but if you are trying to use RDP like VNC where you can both see whats going on, then I am out of luck for ya.....
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sorry johnb6767:
I did not understand what do you mean by (Connecting TO a Terminal server is one thing)
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