LSGrab.exe 2nd monitor remote screen capture

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I have been using LSgrab.exe for some time now with great success. I ran into one limitation though today. I could not for the life of me figure out how to get the second screen in a screen capture. Does anyone know how to get LSGrab.exe or another FREE utility to remotely capture screens? I know this is a dirty job, but it's part of the whole job. Thanks

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My favorite free screen capture utility is Gadwin PrintScreen. See if it will meet your needs.

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  • bradob
    What I am needing is a remote screen capture utility, it doesn't look like Gadwin works for this. Example: Admin is told user A is doing something on his machine and boss would like to see it visually. LSGrab can screenshot User A's monitor without user A knowing. Boss sees picture is unhappy and has a talk with User A. LSgrab does this well for one monitor, I need one that will work with two monitors.
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  • Labnuke99
    This is indeed a tough situation. VNC will permit you to view a remote screen and it can be done silently and then use Gadwin to capture the screen. I will watch this thread with interest.
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  • Labnuke99
    After more thought, your request sounds more like a human resources issue and not a technology issue. Management should be able to control these types of behavior without resorting to keylogging and parental type monitoring. Technologies like URL filtering and application whitelists might be a better solution than putting IT into the business of employee activity monitoring. I wish you luck.
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  • bradob
    While you are correct, they request certain things, URL filtering doesn't stop it all, logging captures it but what if it's not URL's. Employee could be watching DVD's, listening to music, finding other ways to abuse the system, best way to catch it is to catch the screen. Unfortunately he has two screens LSgrab only gets one, I need to get the second
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  • Juano
    btw; Windows7 has a utility called Problem Step Recorder (psr.exe) that you can use to document and record steps and screenshots.
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