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"UltraVNC VNC, Remote Access, Support Software, Remote Desktop Control Free Opensource"
UltraVNC is a free application that allows the display of another computer’s screen on your own display using a network connection or the Internet. You can use your mouse and keyboard to control the remote computer which means you can work on a computer away from you like it is just right where you are.
When you are providing service for your customers, this program will allow you to access their computers from anywhere provided there is computer support for you to be able to provide them immediate helpdesk solutions. This will also cut down your costs on transportation and save you from travel time.
Your customers do not have to worry about going through complicated procedures or installing software. Add-ons like SingleClick will allow your customers to get remote support for HelpDesk. The main features of UltraVNC are Video Drivedr, MS Logon, File Transfer, Optional Encryption Plugins, Viewer Toolbar, Text Chat, Java Viewer provided with File Transfer, Server Side Scaling, Viewer Auto Scaling, Repeater/Proxy Support, support for multiple monitors, auto reconnection, high performance and more functions.
Application add-ons include SingleClick generator, Repeater and NATtoNAT connectors that aid you in handling complicated connections. UltraVNC can be applied on Windows 2003, XP, Vista and 7. Windows 98, 95, NT4 and ME are supported by version 1.0.2. Windows 2000 can run up to VS2008. The Java Viewer lets you connect and perform file transfers from your Web browser or any Java-supported system to an UltraVNC server.
All VNCs originally begin from one source, and follow RFB protocol for communications. Through this common source, most VNC variants can communicate with each other and allow sharing across different platforms. Among those who can benefit from the functionalities of this software are IT departments, Internal/External HelpDesk, remote computer access, remote computer support companies, remote demonstration, classroom control, eLearning, personal individuals who want to send help to friends or relatives from remote places.