Remote Screen window overview

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The Remote Screen window (fig.1) is the primary interface for interacting with individual remote PCs. Each Host PC has its own Remote Screen window. These windows are used for displaying the screens of the remote computers in real time. You can control the remote screen by your keyboard and mouse in this window, but it is possible only in the Control Mode. Also there is a possibility of power management (shutting down, logging off, etc.) of the remote computer through the Remote Screen window.

 

You can have many Remote Screen windows open simultaneously. You can tile these windows horizontally, vertically and to cascade them through the "Window" menu commands in Control Window.

 

You can specify whether the program will be always remembering the position, size, display mode and color palette of each Remote Screen window. This is being done through the Settings dialog.

 

 

 

 


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