Right click wont work on desktop when pcanywhere is transfering file

Posted on 2007-08-08
Last Modified: 2013-11-30

I have a Symantec PcAnywhere 10.5 running in ms window xp pro sp2. Anytime when i start the transfer file section, i cannot right click anywhere in my desktop. I even cannot open window explorer as well.

My desktop running with Intel core 2 duo 2.13mhz with 1gb ddr2 ram. At first i suspect is the whole pc perfomance taken up by the transfer section but it wont happen on other pc in my office when i try to run the same thing.
Question by:kevin203

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    Yes, pcAnywhere bug... One of many:)
    Try NetOp remote control... Excellent package with constant updates

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    is that means no other solution for this?

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    Can i just close this question since there is no solution for me?


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