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Does anyone know how to do something like this in .Net??

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I have a dashboard with each panel basically tying to the results of what is going on at a workstation...
I thought it would be nice to be able to double-click or something on the panel, and be able to view that workstations screen as if you are the operator...  

I guess it would be something more like what gotomypc, and logmein does more than remote desktop...  Does anyone know how to do this, have code, etc.  

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Look at the client library to impliment VNC viewer.
http://cdot.senecac.on.ca/projects/vncsharp/

and the source code is here.
http://cdot.senecac.on.ca/projects/vncsharp/download.html
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Have you looked at the links?
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