Software for silent monitoring a remote computer from a network

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I need a software for silent monitoring a remote computer in my network.

I want to watch all the activities done from that computer.

I don't know if this is possible, but in my network there is a remote computer, and I want to be able to record all the activities from the moment the user logs onto that computer.

Is this possible?

Can you help me with this, because I have never done this before and I need step by step instructions on this issue.

Thank you in advance Techyv.

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Software for silent monitoring a remote computer from a network


Hi Marjorie!

Thankfully, there are a  lot of online programs that allow you to monitor another computer. However, don't trust any website and be sure to have an antivirus software installed. Since you didn't mention what kind of operating system you are currently using, I looked for two programs, one for Mac, and the other for Windows.

The program for Mac, SniperSpy Mac Remote Monitoring Software, has to be installed on the remote computer. You cannot install it via e-mail. Then, the program records everything that happens on that computer and sends it to your online account. You can login from anywhere and see the records using a password, even in real time. This program also has a Windows version can use on any Windows OS.

Another specialized software is the Remote Desktop Control. This is also available for any Windows version, and it's one of the most downloaded programs of this type. It consists of two parts: a server part, that has to be installed on the remote computer you want to control, and a client program, used to see the desktop of the remote device. Also, the connections are password protected, and the sessions are encrypted.

For any of them, you are provided with step by step instructions on download, so don't worry.

It's your choice what kind of program you choose to install and use, depending on what your criteria is.

Good luck!

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