I would like to know if someone could tell me how administraters or others on are help desk are able to go to are specific computers and check them out and look at whats on the computers.I know that they have you bring up pcanywhere and then tell you the tcpip address.I know that we have telnet on them and there all going thru the same hub.So do you havet to have access to go thru the hub?do you havet to have some special software to do this?or can anyone do what these people do.Just would like to know as I have one program on another network that I would like to get to after dialing in to a tcpip hookup and then running all my applications.mail,ect.running windows nt ontop of windows 95 on the local machines.in other words when we double click one shortcut then it connects you to the main network for billings and the wan but the rest of the time on win95.I have always wanted to know more so I have bought win nt 4.0 and installed service pack 3 but still do not know much as far as this kind of stuff is concerned.well thanks ahead of time for any responses.mike
It all comes down to "permissions" on the network. PC anywhere is really nothing more than a commercial trojan that allows remote access. If you don't have the proper password
to access, you are out of luck. The best way to obtain it is to ask your admin for the priveledge. Do to otherwise is stepping over the "line"
Thanks for the reply but I didnt mean that I was going to try I just would like to understand the procedure or how they are able to obtain that exact pc from off of the network.If you could point me to a site or explain it would be appreciated.mike
Most corporations use SMS.. systems management server to see what users have on their systems via the MIF files. Also remote control of the users desktop.
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