November 28, 2008


Filed under: Tips n Tricks — Rahul Patel @ 6:13 pm

Gencontrol is based on the open source Virtual Network Computing (VNC) viewer and server products. With Gencontrol, you can run a single executable (This remote control software does not require separate server installation) and either remotely control or monitor another system’s desktop within your domain. When executed, Gencontrol will remotely install a VNC server application on a remote system. The remote install involves creating a folder named “VNCTEMP” on the target system’s C drive, which includes two files: VNCHooks.dll and WinVNC.exe. After the files are copied, Gencontrol then remotely launches the WinVNC.exe server application on the target system. Finally, it will then automatically open a VNC client session between your system and the target. This can allow you to remotely control another user’s desktop.


Gencontrol - Windows Remote Control



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