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Remote control windows mobile 6.0 device over GPRS

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Does anyone know of software that will allow me to remotely control a windows mobile 6.0 device over GPRS?  I need to be able to see their screen and control keyboard input and screen taps.  Ideally remote user would simply have to click Accept to allow remote control.  

I've tried myMobiler through an IP connect but it doesn't work.  My laptop runs windows XP SP3.

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Hi Mikal613,
Thanks for the link but I need software to control a Windows Mobile device from a Win XP PC, not the other way round.
Regards, Peter.
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Sorry but I can't get VNC to work through the firewall like teamviewer.com does.
Regards, Peter.
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thats not for windows mobile though
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