Saturday, May 16, 2009

Remote Desktop Access: Team viewer, Remote, Desktop, Sharing, Files Sharing, Data Sharing, Team Sharing, Team Meetings

6 comments
In today’s world of technology remote desktop sharing has become a common way of working on remote pc’s or servers.

We all know how to access Remote desktop, but what if I have to share my desktop to give a demo of application or module or anything.

Suppose I have to give a simple demo to a friend, like how to create a Power Point Slides. Now, the first idea is to create a document or to create a pictorial document or create a video and upload to youtube.com or some other alternate.

But here is the solution.

You can use Team Viewer

http://www.teamviewer.com/download/index.aspx














Install team Viewer to both the PC (From where you have to access and to which you have to access)

Ask for the Id and password of the machine which you want to access.

Now enter ID into box and click connect to partner. If ask for password provide password.

Now, you can view desktop of your partner or friend.

You can also take control into your hand. You can also view more option like file transfer etc. For more help


http://www.teamviewer.com/products/firststeps.aspx


Something about Team Viewer


Team Viewer is the fast, simple and friendly solution for remote access over the Internet - all applications in one single, very affordable module:

Remote access to PCs and servers via Internet

Instantly take control over a computer anywhere on the Internet, even through firewalls. No installation required, just use it fast and secure.

Training, sales and teamwork

Team Viewer can also be used to present your desktop to a partner on the Internet - great for team collaboration, trainings and sales presentations.

File transfer, chat and more

Share your files, chat; switch the direction during a teamwork session, and a lot more is included in Team Viewer.

6 comments:

Serge said...

For this sort of thing, I prefer using Techinline (http://www.techinline.com) whch I personally find to be a much easier and cost-effective solution (I'm talking about using commercially to support clients)

alber said...

Thanks for this post from the TeamViewer crew in Germany.
We really appreciate it!

For any additional information on TeamViewer please don't hesitate to contact me.

Best,
Jasmin
TeamViewer GmbH Germany

Narender said...

Hi alber,

I had received your comments. It is really nice to hear from you.

I had received you comment from blogger so, I don't have your email id to contact you.

Please let me know your email id.

Thanks,
Narender Singh

KALEEM PASHA said...

hai plz send me 'remote desktop viewer' project documentation

Narender said...

Hi,

You can download all the details from http://www.teamviewer.com/index.aspx
Please visit this link for all the information on Team Viewer

Thanks,
Narender Singh

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