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Can a regular user remotely access another or other users' machines, specifically the h_key registries, to check them, for QA purposes? I understand that there may be programs out there that will allow this, but I'm wondering if it can be done by giving the user administrative priveleges, or some other way, or will this allow them to look at the hard drive only of another machine?
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I suppose you speak about PC’s.
If you are using win XP, the tool is inside : start / help / ask for remote assitance
if you are running win 98 or 2000, uses VNC (free up to 3 pcs) or similar
these tools give you a remote connection to the screen and the keyboard to the user you want to help.

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  • AnswerAll
    If you go to start=> accessory => communications => remote desktop connection, it will be displayed to type ip address. You have to type outernal ip address. You can go to whatismyip.com to find your outernal ip address. You should know the user name and password of another computer. If they don't have any password set up yet, you should create one to log in. One more thing......right click on My Computer, there is remote tap. You should check allow users to connect remotely to this computer.
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  • Gibraltar
    It depends on the key you want...if its classes_root, local_machine or users, a much simpler way is to simply run regedit and use the Registry, Connect Network Registry..browse to the machine you require. Admin priveliges work just fine with this.
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