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    XP's built-in Remote Desktop is way cooler then VNC.

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    What res. do you run the carputer monitor at? Just run your 17" at the same resolution that the lilliput runs at and be done with it. I run my Lilliput at 800x600, so for me all I would have to do is force my monitor to run at 800x600. You can do that at any resolution, let us know if you need help forcing it to display at the resolution you need it to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM_VR4
    XP's built-in Remote Desktop is way cooler then VNC.
    Your everyday carpc geek and tech guru at your service. *bow*

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    Or better yet, install a frontend on your PC, such as Frodo or RoadRunner. Open it up and it will display on your desktop in a fairly close resolution to what your lilliput looks like. Open iGuidance and resize the window to the same as Frodo or RoadRunner. All you need to do is resize the iGuidance window to 800x480 (I think).

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    Real VNC is the best VNC alive. Oh did I mention that it is easy to set up and it's free?
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    i use Real VNC and tight VNC(also free)
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    Quote Originally Posted by xBrady
    Real VNC is the best VNC alive. Oh did I mention that it is easy to set up and it's free?
    The full features RealVNC ain't free no more

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    The full features RealVNC ain't free no more
    We use the free version of RealVNC all over in all our offices in NC and VA (saves me alot of drive time!) The free version has all the features I've ever needed!

    VNC also keeps the same screen resolution as the client desktop PC unlike windows xp remote desktop, so this on a 17" pc would be your best bet. It's how I remote into my car.

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    Why does everyone insist on using 3rd party VNC apps? Use Remote Destop! You can set the remote destop res to what every you want (including the same as the remote PC).

    Start->Programs->Accessories->Communication->Remote Desttop Connection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM_VR4
    Why does everyone insist on using 3rd party VNC apps? Use Remote Destop! You can set the remote destop res to what every you want (including the same as the remote PC).

    Start->Programs->Accessories->Communication->Remote Desttop Connection.
    Personal Preference, I like VNC because it doesn't force me to log back into the computer I was just logged into. For remote support, this is essential because you often don't want the user to be forced off the system.

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