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In message , in2minds
using a Win2K PC as a server and WinXP as the client, for ICS purposes
is there a program I can use to start/control programs on the server
(to run on the
server) from the client machine ?
Take a look at VNC. It will allow you to take complete control of either
machine from the other.
London, UK. DBA, Manager, Trainer & Author. Will work for money.
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