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NetMeeting - share desktop automatically ??

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Hello,

Small question, im trying to figure out a way to remothly connect to the console  ( like vnc or pc anywhere ) but with a built-in microsoft product.

mstsc /console : Not good for me because you are not abble to share the console
NetMeeting is perfect but the host need to share the destop.

Any ideal ?

THX
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Remote Desktop Connection is one of the best built in Windows tools for remote connections , but for sharing purposes you may use MSN messenger - Actions / Request remote assistant  , which will share the desktop of the requester with the invited person till the requester ends the session ,,, If your purpose is to share the session for unlimited time like always then you should choose NetOP school ,,, which allows you to share the desktop of one PC among multiple PCs and this is was designed basically  for LANS  ,,,, Using it over Internet needs more work like implementing a VPN and so on ,,,,
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