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southernrods

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IS IT POSSIBLE FOR ME TO ACCESS WORK COMPUTER FROM MY HOME LAPTOP. THE WORK COMPUTER HAS XP AND HAS A SATTELITE DSL INTERNET. THE HOME COMPUTER HAS XP AND DSL.THANK YOU FOR ANY ADVICE.
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Facedown98

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Alright. First thing's first. I'm not being critical, but I'm going to give you a suggestion... Please do not type in all CAPS. According to Netiquette (Internet Etiquette), as well as just inside our internet society today, using caps like that means that you are yelling at us, and can be seen as "rude". But no worries, you probably didn't know that. Anyway, do you have an IT department, or is this a smaller business? If not, you can always install software to fix this. For example, you can setup the work computer to be controlled via Internet Explorer, simply by installing the Remote Assist client from www.logmein.com ... You just need to create a free account, go to your office computer, install the software, and make sure it's always turned on of course, and after that, just login to your Logmein account, and then select the office computer, and hit the Remote Control button, and you'll be connected.
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