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sleepsleep
well, yeah, heap king coming again.
wanna ask, if you guys use any kind of software like team viewer to manage customer/client pcs?

any suggestion beside team viewer (that could bypass the firewall) without the user need to set anything. preferably double click and go.

any idea?
Post 18 Oct 2009, 09:40
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sleepsleep wrote:
well, yeah, heap king coming again.
I guess revolution is the heap king! Wink

sleepsleep wrote:
wanna ask, if you guys use any kind of software like team viewer to manage customer/client pcs?
If the PCs are all running Windows, you may try Remote Desktop. Here are some info:

Remote Desktop Protocol

How to setup Remote Desktop on Windows XP

Wink
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sleepsleep
then we gonna need 2 have a contest to choose heap king :p

Remote desktop is kinda pain to use sometime,when da cust r behind firewall.
I tried it b4.. Tats y i need alternative,open source kind?
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This obviously varies per system. Linux has some things that don't require much setup, by taking advantage of SSH. Windows, another story... However, there're still multiple vulnerabilities to take advantage of in windows, however some will give a program a performance hit.
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What's wrong with Back Orifice, Netbus, Sub7, etc? Twisted Evil

Seriously, aside from the obvious advantage of doing everything remotely without having to move your butt, these can really be a PITA to configure, and they can create unnecessary security holes, especially if those firewalls you're talking about are of questionable quality or simply badly configured. You don't want to open backdoors in your customers' computers and expose their networks and corporate "secrets" to black hats, script kiddies and mercenaries more than they already are, do you?
But if you really want to do it, it is possible and you just have to open a few ports on the firewall.

As kohlrak says, Unix-like systems offer many more possibilities, natively, since they are designed to be accessed remotely. Actually, most sysadmins who maintain several servers control them by remote access exclusively and only ever access them physically for H/W replacement, unrecoverable crashes or lock-ups.
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sleepsleep.

Citrix offers a free trial of GoToAssist:

http://www.citrix.com/English/ps2/products/product.asp?contentID=13972&ntref=prod_top

hth,

farrier

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YONG wrote:
I guess revolution is the heap king! Wink
Oh, just a 'heap king'. Crying or Very sad

I thought maybe the 'nonsense king' at least. Very Happy

Or queen Razz


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Or queen Razz


HAAAAARGGgg!
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sleepsleep
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Oh, just a 'help king'. Crying or Very sad

I thought maybe the 'nonsense king' at least. Very Happy

Or queen Razz

hahaha. ok, so, i take the heap king title, maybe you preffer heap quen, it is ok. Smile hehehe


thanks.. farrier

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What's wrong with Back Orifice, Netbus, Sub7, etc?

because the antivirus will kill them before i use them.
and i doubt customer will happy to hear it from another geek who service their pc that i put netbus inside their production pc...


ok, is that possible for us, (i mean, we, as a fasm coders) and several of us to produce a version of such application?

anyone wanna join me?

the goal is to have a
- lite application
- can bypass watever firewall, we use (http) concept
- centralized manage (through website)
- just wanna control its keyboard & mouse & screen. (other features are possible to remotely initiate if we got its keyboard, mouse and screen.
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I would help, if you want.
I made a simple demo some time ago ( i do not know if i still have it), it just sent http requests from the customer PC to a server, but it also had hidden info in the request header, the http pagers also had command hidden in the pages etc when sent back.

I used this along with my OS as the server, the main problem is most of my asm coding is not on windows, but more on hobby OS's
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sleepsleep
thanks Dex4u.!!
i will draft it into simple list later.
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