Visualize from different PCs waht is on scrren on another PC

I need the following for a client of us:

We have a PC (call it A) that has dual monitors working both as a single wide monitor.

Then I have PCs B, C & D.  Two of them have two monitors and one of them a single monitor.

I need that PCS B,C & D to be able to visualize what A has on both screens and at the same time B,C & D to work with their normal applications (spreadsheets, legacy applications, etc).

Can that be achieved with VNC? Is there any coomercial product to give a solution for this?
Any other?

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chuckyhConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Yeah, you can have computer A running VNC server, computer B, C, D, all connected to computer A, looking at what A is doing. They can all fight over the controls or just watch.
JamesTX10Commented: can show both monitors from computer A on a single monitor for any computer connecting to it. They have a free option so you can check it out and see if it will do what you need.
VNC will work, it will show you everything on A.
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moose25Author Commented:
JamesTX10: I will check your lead

Chuckyh: I need to see in computers B, C & D whatever is on A and not viceversa.

Any other ideas or possible solutiions will be appreciated.

VNC will do what you are wanting to do. Go install it and try it out. It's free.
Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Didn't know you could run multiple vnc sessions to one PC simultaneously - learn something new everyday.

We use webex ( for this. It is a much more sophisticated version of the old Netmeeting and can connect internal - internal or internal to external, whatever you want.
Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Sounds the same as Webex then - neat :) although Webex isn't free
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