Security question Tags: Configuration Security Products Connection Wireless Networking Last response: July 13, 2010 1:30 PM in Wireless Networking Share 9mk23 July 11, 2010 6:29:35 PM hi! is there a way to view and control a lap top remotely from a desk top??? If so, how do I disconnect this feature? Does it have something to do with any of the Orinico products? More about : security question riser July 12, 2010 5:19:39 PM There are multiple applications that allow this. You can RDP - Remote Desktop Protocol which is built into Windows. You can disable this by going to the System settings in the control panel. Applications like VNC (many variations) can be installed. You will want to set a password or uninstall if needed. m 0 l k3y3n1n July 13, 2010 1:30:06 PM These programs are called Remote Administrator Tools (RAT) There a good program called team viewer which is pretty simple to use and not that complex, Thats if you dont know how to use RDP and other built in tools m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved[DMZ][Ports][NAT type ] security question Forum SolvedNetwork Security Question Forum SolvedBitdefender Total Security Question Forum SolvedSecurity question VPN. Forum SolvedAntivirus/ security question! Forum Paypal security question Forum SolvedApple ID security questions !!! Forum SolvedLAN Security Question Forum Bitcoin Security Question Forum SolvedCisco "Iron Port C160 Email Security Appliance" Questions Forum Connecting iPhone to my modem and security question Forum CLEAR 4G internet router security setting question Forum Question about security Forum Shared Drive Security Question Forum USB Flash Drive Security question. Forum SolvedLAN Security Questions Forum Netgear WNA310 Wireless usb adapter security question Forum Question about remote desktop security. Forum Exchange 2003 Admin security question Forum Want to change password & exceeded # of times to answer security question co Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !