Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Finding this link at symantec doesn't say yes or no What do you like most about this program?
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Microsoft is also baffled: Please find attached the logs. To see if the detailed specifications meets my desired requirements for the software. They also target a corporate audience, so they figure well Novell is corporate.
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Does Symantec care or want to spend the time pcanywwhere making sure it does? This is typically Symantec. To see if the detailed specifications meets my desired requirements for the software i like this program why is beatiful and legacy immediatly for check one live to read this book in the cat on the table cool fishing thi pen is blue this program allows me to control all of my pcs from anywhere im in and in adition to that its easy to use and pcwnywhere forward with the settings: Apparently it balks on bit Vista or 7: The place for nonprofits, charities, and libraries.
Symantec pcAnywhere is a program for remote access and administration, an excellent, easy-to-use and secure program from Symantec. For what are you going to use the program? The secretary imput 112.5 from Boston so I could calculate billing from another location.
They will either release an update to They aren't overly concerned with it because their primary customers are slow-to-move large corporations that might still be using things like Windows It worked very well. Reliable operation on compatible machines.
Also, your question about Linux is a sticky one. Symantec pcAnywhere lets you access and control your computer remotely from anywhere in the world or access data regardless of where you are, over an Internet connection.
Everything seems to be written by engineers and not for the casual user. Would other Linux distributiors like Ubuntu, Red Hat, etc work with Symantec to get it working - most likely. If you're already a member, log in.
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Here are some possible deal breakers: Find More Posts by theog. You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. Originally Posted by Tinkerdog Question Tinkerdog Windows 7 64bit 79 posts. Here are some possible deal breakers:. But you only find that out if you go to the website and dig. All times are GMT It would likely work on Ubuntu, but only if you have all the right versions of the prerequisites actually installed and the correct permissions and options set which can be a bit complicated if you don't know what you are doing.
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Posted by Jesse on 30 Jan 4: Home Downloads Blog User Reviews. I'm not personally interested in putting pcanywhree on Ubuntu desktop; just curious, and maybe someone else would do that. Symantec pcAnywhere lets you connect to different computers, regardless of the operating system that use. Symantec pcAnywhere has a built-in set of remote administration tools.