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REMOTE VIEWING TO WORSTATIONS

By artw5 ·
I AM LOOKING INTO A REMOTE VIEWER THAT A ADMIN. WORKSTATION CAN VIEW PROGRAMS BEING USED ON A GIVEN WORKSTATION THUR THE NEWORK WITH OUT THE CLIENT KNOWING IT. TO MONITOR PROGRAMS BEING USED ON THE CLIENTS END ALSO NEED THE ABILITY TO MESSAGE THAT CLIENTOF AN HARMFUL ACT AND RECORD TO A REMOTE LOG? THE PORFILES WILL BE STATIC SET. THIS IS ON A NOVELL & NT NETWORK , WORKSTATIONS ARE WIN,95 & 98 ANY HELP IN THIS AREA WOULD BE GREAT/

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by mark In reply to REMOTE VIEWING TO WORSTAT ...

I have used the product from CA and had problems with dual screen systems. I have found a product called VNC which will do all of what you want and has a tiny footprint. Best thing about it is its free... You can download this at http://www.cam-orl.co.uk/vnc/. This also deals with dual and quad screen systems..

As default VNC has an icon in the system tray but can be turned off. This also can be used with Mac, and Unix and has a java viewer.

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by mark In reply to REMOTE VIEWING TO WORSTAT ...

The best solution I can think of for this is VNC this will allow you to take full control of the system in the same way PcAnyWhere does but it is free and a much smaller program. You can down load this from http://www.cam-orl.co.uk/vnc/. It does have a password that has to be entered before access is granted. If this is not secure enough for you, look at SSH secure shell. It is documented on the VNC website..

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by mark In reply to REMOTE VIEWING TO WORSTAT ...

I could be wrong here but I am sure you can set up an MS mail post office on a '98 machine and then use Outlook as the client. This will only give you enternal mail for your LAN.

If you require a mail server to provide internet mail on '98 Mdaemon works very well and is not too badly priced... This will also let you dial your ISP to down load mail at pre determined intervals.

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by mcp_4hire In reply to REMOTE VIEWING TO WORSTAT ...

art
try going to bo2k.com and check out back orfice 2000
it can do what you want and lots lots more
good luck

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by dirk.deprest In reply to REMOTE VIEWING TO WORSTAT ...

Hi,
try the new version of PCAnyware 9.0
you can find an 30 days trail version on the web
WWW.PCANYWERE.COM
It is also possible to call in from home and take over the control of your workstations or view your workstations so you can see what they aredoing. Also file transfer is possible if you want to work at home.

Good luck searching
Dirk

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