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the problem is that the controler can control the computer's browser which is undercontrol ,but the controlee can't see the browser which is being controled;all the word,the server can see the broser and control it,but the broser at client is hide
please help me,thank you!
Posted 27-Dec-11 4:11am

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Solution 1

Not a C++ question...

Right, that is by design.

Remote Desktop blanks out the screen of the computer being controlled.

You can use a third party product like LogMeIn to take control without the client screen getting blanked out.
asok00000 at 27-Dec-11 20:38pm
Is there an open source libary or can you tell me the general idea about "blanks out the screen" ,thank you.
JackDingler at 28-Dec-11 10:17am
We need more information about the tools you are using.

Your first question makes it sound like you're using Microsoft's Remote Desktop.
your second question makes it sound like you're using an unknown third party app that you built from a code base.

Because you don't say what tools you're using, we're left trying to guess what you're doing.

I still don't see how this is a C++ question.
asok00000 at 28-Dec-11 10:31am
Sorry,My English is not very good.
There may not be clear.I want to be in my project inside a writing such functions.
i'm writting a Remote Desktop software,and I need a function like that the browser on the remote desktop is hide but the controler can see the hidded browser and control it.For example,my computer is controled by you.i can't see the browser's action when you open a browser on my computer and do anything it can do(you can see the browser).maybe it not a c++ question,it may be a windows' question. thanks
JackDingler at 28-Dec-11 10:42am
So you want to be able to drive a browser on a remote computer, without that user being able to see what you're doing?

1. This doesn't sound ethical. I won't help.
2. That is very difficult to do.
3. I doubt that anyone here has bothered to figure out how to do that.
4. It's not a simple concise C++ question.
asok00000 at 28-Dec-11 10:49am
Yes,it is.
Still Thanks~~~

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