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    anybody knows of a VNC program which allows u to remote to another computer and do administration without the knowledge of the user (he can still do his work if he is using the computer)

    E.g. this user is typeing a word doc, when i use VNC, he is still doing his word doc wherelse i am using say command prompt to do some administration without disturbing the user.

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    Default Re: Vnc ?

    www.realvnc.com

    Otherwise, use Remote Desktop Connection from M$.

    2K machines need to download the RDC from M$ website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    www.realvnc.com

    Otherwise, use Remote Desktop Connection from M$.

    2K machines need to download the RDC from M$ website.
    For Remote Desktop Connection to work, the target machine must have remote control enable.
    I am using Dameware mini-control (Licensed). Highly customizable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennislim
    anybody knows of a VNC program which allows u to remote to another computer and do administration without the knowledge of the user (he can still do his work if he is using the computer)

    E.g. this user is typeing a word doc, when i use VNC, he is still doing his word doc wherelse i am using say command prompt to do some administration without disturbing the user.
    VNC would take over control of the PC.

    You can probably get the administration done remotely over the network from the server (assuming it's just patching of files, Windows updates etc). Like antivirus clients being managed from the Server side or Diskeeper for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    www.realvnc.com

    Otherwise, use Remote Desktop Connection from M$.

    2K machines need to download the RDC from M$ website.
    Real VNC will allow the user to know someone is taking control of the system ...


    remote Desktop will log out the user who is using that computer.

    I do not want any of the above 2 to happen ...

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    What sort of admin do you want to do?

    If you just need to add/remove files, then if you have admin rights you can map a drive on your PC to the target pc's administrative shares, e.g. C$ - this gives you access to the file system without the users knowledge (N.B. there are exceptions to this, e.g. locked files).
    sk.images, ex - cyber_m0nkey

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    Default Re: Vnc ?

    install either a telnet or ssh daemon on the client lor...that's very simple...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennislim
    anybody knows of a VNC program which allows u to remote to another computer and do administration without the knowledge of the user (he can still do his work if he is using the computer)

    E.g. this user is typeing a word doc, when i use VNC, he is still doing his word doc wherelse i am using say command prompt to do some administration without disturbing the user.
    As for the first question - RDC ..

    As for the second portion .. as mentioned before... SSH daemon ... telnet would be insecure.

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    think he wants something like Sub7 or BackOrifice, a backdoor remote access trojan?
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    Default Re: Vnc ?

    Get TightVNC.
    www.tightvnc.com
    I'm using it. It supports Linux and Windows.

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