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I will have to admit I have been spoiled pretty badly when it comes to this subject. My former employers first had a tech license for gotomypc which I rarely used. My last employer relied on Microsoft Teams screen sharing.
I know there is a world of other ways to do this and in the short time off I have I would like to explore these. What recommendations do our members have and if you could point me in the right direction for info/procedures I would be most appreciative.
 
Hoo Wee that's expensive. For 10 bucks/month you had better love it. A little rich for my blood at the moment.
So many of these programs seem dependant on .NET. My problem with .NET is the lack of version compatibility. It's really a pain in the butt with some programs that have a dependacy on .NET.
 
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