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Discreet Remote Viewing/Control Software

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Tightvnc and Realvnc can be scripted to hide the icon and allow remote view/control.

You said client, not employer, correct?

Now, get in writing that you are installing this for management and that you have made management aware that there are better tools for monitoring employee Internet use and that you are installing this software per their director orders.

I think they are looking for a bunch of lawsuits they don't want to see and that they will be on the losing end of most of them.

Suggest they talk to their legal representative about what they want to do.