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SOLOBAGGINS

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Please help with a problem I have.
I have a shop that requires CCTV. However, is it possible to connect the CCTV camera remotely to a PC in my house which is approximately 60 feet away?
Or is there an alternative to backing up real time information that is easier than the above.
Obviously security is my mean concern, so what would be the easiest/cost effective/user friendly solution to this problem?
I should stress that I would prefer a cable free solution - but would consider the latter if it was too much hassle/expensive.
I would also prefer a Windows XP solutution.

Thanks in advance and forgive my ignorance of technical wizzardry.
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Double posted. Server hung again. Doesn't like me to hit Submit more than once. :)

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Edited by Major Payne, 07 August 2008 - 01:20 PM.

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Might check into setting up remote web cams:

Remote Web Cam
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Or use wireless Web Cams:

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Wireless Webcam lets you see your home over the Internet

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