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Posted 15 February 2009 - 12:01 AM
There is a program called TightVNC that allowes this capability. It is free and if you go to the administration tab (if I recall correctly) you will be able to set a setting that allowed shared connection from remote clients.
Hope it helps,
Edited by Dilemma13, 15 February 2009 - 12:08 AM.
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 01:53 AM
Dilemma, I think it is going to be easier to just setup a logmein account. This is a free remote access website where everything is done through a browser rather than worrying about mucking about with opening ports for VNC apps. It also has capabilities of mini meetings so you can basically do what you need by inviting other colleagues to view your computer screen. The only thing is - and this is actually a big thing - its not free if you want mini meeting capability. You will have to register for a pro account, but the pricing is pretty competative(I paid US$34.95 for 1 year membership) and its a great product since you never have to worry about opening ports and you can literally access your computer from anywhere in the world provided you have an internet connection and a browser.
All the details are available on http://www.logmein.com/
If you want to try TightVNC, on the computer where the TightVNC server is running:
1. Double click the "V" icon in task bar
2. Click "Administration" tab
3. In the "Connection Priority" groupbox, check "Automatic shared sessions".
I have never actually tried this before but from the context of the groupbox I am assuming it is exactly what your after and should hopefully work
Let me know how it goes!
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