RE: Taking control of user's desktops
From: Shawn Badger (sbadger_at_kpnx.com)
To: "'Smith, Ryan'" <Ryan.Smith@MWAA.com> Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 17:59:25 -0700
Have you looked at Novel Zen? It has all the features that you are looking
for and works great.
From: Smith, Ryan [mailto:Ryan.Smith@MWAA.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 12:38 PM
Subject: RE: Taking control of user's desktops
The last place I worked we used Symantec's PC Anywhere. That worked well
for us and it is easy to use. Just thought I would mention them since it
seems no one else has. Just my two cents
From: Marty [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 7:40 AM
Subject: Taking control of user's desktops
My client's help desk requests for support is growing, with more than 1,000
users its understandable.
We need to find a software (not an outsourced
service) that will permit the technicians to take control of the user's
desktop for support purposes. The user MUST agree to the technician taking
control or even «peeking» at his desktop.
We've looked at a few but my concern is with overall security.
We used to have VNC installed on a few machines a couple of years ago but we
Is the latest version of VNC sufficient (security wise)?
Can you share your experience with us please?
Suggestions or comments welcomed.
Lčche-vitrine ou lčche-écran ?