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nobleit
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I gave permission to install vmware in my pc long time back..
According to what I understood..using vmware anybody can use my pc from remote location..
when I login..
That means he could have watched my logins...or not..
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Danny McDanielClinical Systems Analyst

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no, that's not correct.  It's not the same as VNC.  IF you installed VMware Server AND someone knew how to access the web-based console AND they had the right credentials to login with, THEN they could see the console screen of ONLY the virtual machines you had running within VMware Server.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert PRO / EE Fellow)VMware and Virtualization Consultant
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If you have VMware installed (what version?), if you have created a Guest Virtual Machine on your host computer, users may access the Guest Virtual Machines via a remote location.

But access any PC or Server depends on have access permissions setup, usernames and passwords, and also IP address of the PC/Servers to access.
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