|16 Feb 2013||#3|
The built in Terminal Server in Windows may be enough for you, it works flawlessly on LAN and is easy to setup and use with the remote desktop icon.
The only problem is if you want the other person to see what you're doing. Remote desktop blocks the server and that computer doesn't displays what you're doing remotely. If you want that, it's a good option.
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