Log me in connecting

Posted on 2007-08-07
Last Modified: 2010-03-05

I connect through log me in from Home to Office.When i connect to my office computer and work any one near the computer can see what i am doing.Is there any way i can connect to my computer in the backgroup or lock the computer and work while connected from home.

Question by:bsharath
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    Accepted Solution

    There is more advanced software which allows you to blank the screen of the computer you're connecting to, like Remote Administrator. It's not free, though.
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    Expert Comment

    If it is a WindowsXP machine u are connecting to.. you might as well use the remote DEsktop Client..

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    Expert Comment

    If ur machine are work is "locked" .. if u connect to it thru RDC from home, it will stay locked.. but u can use the machine.. and ppl around ur machine at work will not be able to see what u r doing..

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