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Old 07-20-2005, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I don't know where to post this so please let me apologize for [possibly] posting my question in the incorrect area.

Is there a way to integrate the BB with pcAnywhere or a VPN so I am able to connect to my office computer? I want to be able to use only one specific program and that's it. I know the BB comes with its own software so that I can do whatever. If this also helps, the program I want to use does not have any mobile capabilities; only if I connect to the computer through other means.
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Couple of the apps here: UPDATED! Blackberry Killer Software & Utilities Thread should do what your looking for.
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Old 07-20-2005, 11:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Couple of the apps here: UPDATED! Blackberry Killer Software & Utilities Thread should do what your looking for.
Thanks for the link.
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Old 07-21-2005, 11:23 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Hello, I don't know where to post this so please let me apologize for [possibly] posting my question in the incorrect area.

Is there a way to integrate the BB with pcAnywhere or a VPN so I am able to connect to my office computer? I want to be able to use only one specific program and that's it. I know the BB comes with its own software so that I can do whatever. If this also helps, the program I want to use does not have any mobile capabilities; only if I connect to the computer through other means.
The apps on the link earlier are very good, but believe they cost $$.
If you want to try another one that is good and FREE you should look into the VNC app from http://sourceforge.com
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I use Remote Desktop Mobile.. for managing Servers and Desktop computers. Rigth from my BB.. Works great!!!!!!
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I use Remote Desktop Mobile.. for managing Servers and Desktop computers. Rigth from my BB.. Works great!!!!!!
the remote desktop mobile is what I can get from http://www.sourceforge.com?
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The apps on the link earlier are very good, but believe they cost $$.
If you want to try another one that is good and FREE you should look into the VNC app from http://sourceforge.com
thanks for the link
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NO.
www.zzzsoftware.com
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