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  2. Comparison of remote desktop software - Wikipedia

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    Normally the remote user interface chrome is also removed, giving the impression that the application is running on the client machines. Remote Assistance: remote and local users are able to view the same screen at the same time, so remote user can assist a local user. Access Permission Request: local user should approve a remote access session ...

  3. Apple Remote Desktop - Wikipedia

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    Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) is a Macintosh application produced by Apple Inc., first released on March 14, 2002, that replaced a similar product called Apple Network Assistant.

  4. LastPass - Wikipedia

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    On October 9, 2015, LogMeIn, Inc. acquired LastPass for $110 million. The company was combined under the LastPass brand with a similar product, Meldium, which had already been acquired by LogMeIn. On February 3, 2016, LastPass unveiled a new logo.

  5. TeamViewer - Wikipedia

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    TeamViewer is remote access and remote control computer software, allowing maintenance of computers and other devices. It was first released in 2005, and its functionality has expanded step by step. TeamViewer is proprietary software, but does not require registration and is free of charge for non-commercial use.

  6. NetBus - Wikipedia

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    NetBus 2.0 Pro was released in February 1999. It was marketed commercially as a powerful remote administration tool. It was less stealthy, but special hacked versions exist that make it possible to use it for illegal purposes. All versions of the program were widely used by "script kiddies" and was popularized by the release of Back Orifice ...

  7. IBM BigFix - Wikipedia

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    History. The software is the result of the integration of assets acquired from BigFix into the IBM portfolio, and extends IBM's capabilities to manage the security and compliance of servers, desktops, roaming laptops, and point-of-sale devices, such as ATMs and self-service kiosks.