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321Tommy

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Is there any way that I can view what another computer on the same network as myself is viewing, i.e. so whatever their monitor is displaying comes up on mine?

I use windows XP
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why?
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and are all machines xp
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why?

Because I'm bored and need something to keep me busy for the rest of the afternoon.
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and are all machines xp

All of them are
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Because I'm bored and need something to keep me busy for the rest of the afternoon.


well I'm too busy to help you with a problem to address your boredom.

If you cannot give an adequate reason, then I cannot give adequate help. Sounds like your interested in spying on people without good cause
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also doesn't sound like you're on a home network...so e can't h elp you put software on a network that isn't yours
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Figured out a crued way to do it with remote desktop.

Thanks for the help guys
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