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Control Remote mouse with WCF REST

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Hi,
i am looking for a simple solution to control a mouse, remotely on a computer hosting a WCF REST Service from httpwebrequest in a Silver application.

One contraints:
- It cant be something else than WCF REST.

I was able to control the mouse remotely, but it is very laggy and choppy. My logic is probably not right there, so i am looking for your help and code sample.

Thanks in advance!
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