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Control the behaviour of a network via internet 5 years 10 months ago #36177

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I'm new in networking systems, but i would like to know if is possible to control the behaviour of a computer network by mean of developping a program or web page. When I say "to control the behaviour of a network" I mean that if exists a way in which priviledged users that access the program/webpage can send comands to any computer that is in the network. The commands that I want to send are: run some applications or store new files on the computers that are part of the network.

Any suggestion? Answer?
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Re: Control the behaviour of a network via internet 5 years 10 months ago #36178

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Hi,

There are so many ways to take control of any Workstations or Domain Computers. Few examples are given below.

1) Remote Desktop
2) Start Run and type mmc.exe (See the below Image) Go to File and select add/remove snap ins then Choose selected object which you prefer to control, and select either your computer or browse for other computers in your network.



Regards,

Rizin
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Re: Control the behaviour of a network via internet 5 years 10 months ago #36180

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thanks!!!!

Very useful
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Re: Control the behaviour of a network via internet 5 years 10 months ago #36181

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You are welcome !!!!
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