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« on: May 08, 2004, 04:50:34 PM »

Operating System Version:win xp home edition
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Problem Hardware Make & Model:hp pavilion 512n
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I have a home network , it works fine , file sharing internet sharing etc. i have only 2 pcs on the network  , mine has a dvde player , my wifes dont , i want to be able to watch my dvd and transfer my pc screen to hers ,is this possible ?? and how?? i was watching a tv show the other night ( i know tv isnt real lol) but the guy was playing a movie on his pc and clicked a button and all the pc's in the office started showing the same stuff on their screen , is ther a way to make this happen if so what software do i need ?, thanks for your help .

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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2004, 02:02:11 PM »


There are free software solutions like RealVNC which allows you to see the other computers desktop and use it (remote management) but the refresh rate is not good enough to watch videos.

There are other commercial products like Symantec's pcAnywhere or RemotelyAnywhere Inc.'s RemotelyAnywhere for example, but again, I think the refresh rate may not be good enough for watching videos.

Maybe look into Windows XP Remote Desktop: (which is part of Windows XP, therefore almost free since you already paid for it!)
Remote Desktop in Windows XP. You will have to let us know if the refresh rate is good.

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