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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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moose25
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JamesTX10Commented:
www.logmein.com 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.
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chuckyhCommented:
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.

TIA
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chuckyhCommented:
VNC will do what you are wanting to do. Go install it and try it out. It's free.

http://www.uvnc.com/
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Didn't know you could run multiple vnc sessions to one PC simultaneously - learn something new everyday.

We use webex (http://www.webex.com) 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.
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chuckyhCommented:
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.
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Sounds the same as Webex then - neat :) although Webex isn't free
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