GenControl is a simple desktop remote control program for Windows 2000 or Windows NT networks. It allows the authorised administrator to remotely control the desktop of another machine over a Windows-based network for any purpose, for example
* Remote administration of servers
* Remote support
GenControl is free to use and has no licencing cost. It requires no additional software to be installed on the target machine. It is packaged as a self contained executable file which can be easily added or removed from a system, requiring no non-standard libraries or other prerequisite components on most business Windows systems.
And what is wrong with Terminal Services / Remote Desktop Connection that is packaged with Windows?
Windows NT/2000 I believe is packaged with RDC, if its not, then there's an add-on that you can download from MS, and to be honest, I've heard about several security problems with TightVNC over the last 6 months.
There is nothing wrong with Terminal Services/RDC, if you even use it!
For internal use I can use it for fix desktops from my location. I don't have to get up and go across the street. This helps ALOT, and you don't have to worry setting up remote on the XP box, and 2000 prof doesn't even have the feature....... So its not just for servers.