Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Crossloop-A must for System Support Personel

If you are a system support person, this is must for you.


CrossLoop enable you to share your desktop with another remote computer.


CrossLoop is designed for non-technical users.


The user interface is simple and straight forward.


If you want to access a remote computer:


1. The remote computer user will have to start CrossLoop.


2. Click at {Share}, and tell you the {Access code}, in this case is {2181 9819 3724}, then click at {Connect} to wait for you to connect.


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3. Start your CrossLoop, click at {Access}, key in the access code received from the remote computer user. Then click connect to access.


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If you want to let others to access your computer just do the reverse.


Download Crossloop from http://www.crossloop.com or here

1 comment:

Jacob said...

An even easier tool to use is Techinline Remote Desktop (http://www.techinline.com) I'm currently using it to support my customers remotely, and am very happy with the functionality and ease of use. They also have a flexible pay as you go plan for sporadic users, which is a change from most other services on the market which charge hundreds of dollars annually for this sort of thing