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I want to be incognito. Can I be visible? When I connect remotely to another computer. I found a few programs for remote desktop, teamviever and litemanager, but not previously used the method of remote administration.

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Working in IT

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I sometime have to login to my PC at work from home. My company uses Juno Pulse VPN so I can login to our secure network then I use remote desktop and login to my PC. When I launch remote desktop it ask me for the name and then I login like I'm in front of the PC. Now to do this sharing must be turned on on my PC. Another way my company uses this is for the help desk so our help desk people can login to someones pc to install software and or troubleshoot errors. Remote Desktop is an application that comes with Windows but there are other out their that you can download.

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I almost forgot about the invisible part.

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Well being invisible is technically spying. When our help desk does this the user can see them and when I remote into my pc it only allows one user logged on at a time. I imagine there is software out there that does this put im not aware of any specific.

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unattended remote access

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Ok, I need it not for spying, need for remote unattended access. The RDP create new user session and block current user and I don't want use VPN.
For example via LiteManager I can connect through Internet using ID connection and remote user will be notified about it but without unnecessary movements.
It is just very conveniently.

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invisible

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Hello! I really liked your story. Thank you!

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