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Topic # 57356 10-Feb-2010 20:52
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I am a big fan of the screen sharing capabilities in Skype, unfortunately, a client doesn't always have Skype installed so I'm not able to use it.

What are some good alternatives? Prefer easy setup as some clients are difficult to work with on the phone at the best fo times..

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  Reply # 297767 10-Feb-2010 20:56
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Use teamviewer. they can install it right to pc. or have it run only ones. and its easy.




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  Reply # 297770 10-Feb-2010 20:58
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What about Remote Assistance?

http://windows.microsoft.com/e...




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  Reply # 297773 10-Feb-2010 21:04
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chiefie: What about Remote Assistance?

http://windows.microsoft.com/e...



thats for msn. its a hit and miss. If it works or not.
like firewalls and so on..
teamveiwer bypass all that. and more easy.




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  Reply # 297774 10-Feb-2010 21:11
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Teamviewer is great when you're trying to talk the client through the setup over the phone. Even customers that are err 'technically challenged' can be walked through it with ease.




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  Reply # 297776 10-Feb-2010 21:15
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BigHammer: Teamviewer is great when you're trying to talk the client through the setup over the phone. Even customers that are err 'technically challenged' can be walked through it with ease.


/smacks hand on head.

I use TeamViewer, didn't even think about sharing their screen, was too busy thinking about sharing mine.

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  Reply # 297777 10-Feb-2010 21:16
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That'll cost you!




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