About Sharing a Remote Computer
A presenter uses remote computer sharing to show all event participants a remote computer. Depending on how the remote computer is set up, the presenter can show the entire desktop or specific applications. Remote computer sharing is useful to show participants an application or file that is available only on a remote computer.
Start Remote Computer Sharing
|2||Under Remote Computers, select the computer you want to share.|
|3||Under Applications, select an application that want to share.|
|5||Complete your authentication.|
Share Additional Applications on a Shared Remote Computer
While sharing a remote computer on which you have specified that you can access only specific applications rather than its entire desktop, you can share additional applications on the remote computer. Event participants can view all shared applications simultaneously.
|1||On the Event Controls Panel, select the down arrow button (it is the last button on the Event Controls Panel). Then choose Share Remote Application.|
|2||In the Select Application box, select the application you want to share.|
Stop Remote Computer Sharing
You can stop sharing a remote computer during an event at any time. Once you stop sharing a remote computer, the Access Anywhere Server disconnects your local computer from the remote computer. The remote computer remains logged in to the Access Anywhere Server, so you can access it again at any time.
|1||To ensure your privacy and the security of your remote computer, do one of the following:|
|2||On the Event Controls Panel, select Stop Sharing.|
Manage a Shared Remote Computer
Any changes that you make to options affect the remote computer only during the current sharing session. The changes do not affect the default options that you set for the remote computer in the Access Anywhere Agent preferences.