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controlling another computer


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mac16m83

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Hello all,
I would like to control another computer in my home from my computer downstairs. they are both my computers, but basicly i want to mess with my aunt who is staying in the computer room upstairs for a few weeks. so is there a non descrete way of doing this? (for me to control the 2nd computer without actually going upstairs to accept the invitation on the 2nd computer) I am trying to keep this as simple as possible but it still sounds complicated.

how hard would this be to do wireless? if i need to hardwire the two computers i will, but i would prefer wireless.


thanks for your time.
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hfcg

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Hello,
While this may be an innocent request, what you are asking for is basicly hacking.
NO help for that here!
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Hello and welcome to geekstogo,
For reasons that hfcg has already mentioned, I'm closing this thread. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me, a moderator or admin on this forum via PM. Thank you for your understanding.
James

Edited by james_8970, 06 November 2008 - 08:12 PM.

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