232 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 15, 2005 2:39 PM by Network 23
If they are running Windows XP Professional, you could use Microoft's Remote Desktop Connection.
If they are using other versions of Windows then you could use VNC.
Having said that you would be better off buying a specific application for this purpose and running it on the PC platform.
I use Macromedia Captivate.
Wink does something similar and is freeware.
You can either use Remote Desktop as suggested, or run the application in Virtual PC. I have used SnapzPro to capture a PC program running under Virtual PC. The problem is that both methods can have slow screen refresh rates depending on how fast your configuration is. If you can get your hands on an actual PC, that would be the best way.