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Hi Experts,
I have a PC in the closet where I need to access to time to time.
Remote Desktop Connection is not optional because I need to access what I can see on the screen.
I am trying remote assistance but the problem is that I have to go to the closet to accept and allow to take control.
Also when I end the session, I have to create another session.
What if I don't ever want to go to the closet or create another session?
Can I use the same session and take a control right away without intervention?
Thanks in advance
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by:Juan Ocasio
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If you're interested in another solution NetSupport works nicely.  You can open a session to the computer in the closet, view's it screen, share or take control on the pc. I use it to remotely manage all of my pcs on my network.
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remote assistance will not work for this.

you could use VNC. there are free versions of it running around.
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by:Ksean
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My boss doesn't allow me to use any web base applications such as logmein, teamviewer, etc
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by:BT15
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VNC isnt web based. It is a client/server application.
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by:Juan Ocasio
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Neither is netsupport
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by:Ksean
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OK Thanks, I will check it out..
Do I have to buy?
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by:Juan Ocasio
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You'll have to purchase NetSupport, but quite honestly it's worth it.
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For a free app, you can try iTalc.  I've never used it, but I heard it works as well as NetSupport (I swear by Netsupport-  I've been using it for the last 6 years)
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iTalc2 works, Thanks
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