To EagleFlyFree: I am not sure exactly what you mean by your question, so let me answer it like this: The desktop App that I found provides for Unattended Remote Access, after setting it up for same with a password for remote access. So from my desktop, I click on a target machine and it automatically logs on to that computer, and then I have complete remote control, just like being at the remote desktop. I can operate the remote machine and do file transfers both ways. It can also be configured for non-unattended access, so that somebody needs to allow access. When I close down the connection, it automatically disconnects. The only bug with this App is the way it handles keystrokes that I send to it. There are 2 or 3 ways to allow keys to be interpreted, and some modes block some keys (for some reason). Try a Yahoo search for "unattended desktop help center" and see what you can find. Sorry that I am restricted from telling you what App I found. Garry Anderson at shaw dot ca.
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