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Hi
i have just tried running a remote program called VNC. on 2 computers. to get remote acces.

The problem i am having when i install this software, is my computer boots up really slow and takes a few minutes for my norton anti virus to kick in.

Does anyone know of a better version of VNC that does do this or anyother free remote software i could get of the net.
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You tried this?
http://www.realvnc.com/faq.html

Do both computers have XP? Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Communication -> Remote Desktop Connection
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No one is xp Home and the other is windows 2000.
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Real VNC is the only free ap I have experience with. Maybe someone else will offer a suggestion. <_<
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Ok one more thing, How has Real VNC been for you. Did you find your computer booting up slow or anyother problems with it.
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It's been about a year, but I did quite a bit of testing with it for a project I had planned. Never really had any trouble with it.
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