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    I WAS WONDERING IF THERE IS A WAY TO OPEN SOMETHING UP ON ANOTHER COMPUTER HOOKED UP ON THE NETWORK? MAYBE BY GETTING INTO THE OTHER COMPS C DRIVE AND OPENING STUFF. FOR INSTANCE IF YOU COULD HAVE FREECELL POP UP ON ANOTHER COMPUTER.

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    Well, I don't know the answer to your question but I thought I would take this opportunity to point out that it is proper Netiquet to NOT use capital letter unless you are stressing a point or your intention is to yell at someone.

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    I am sorry for the caps locks but anyway Is there a way to do it without having it running on the other computer?

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    You can use Winsock control that comes with VB. You would have to have your program installed on the other machine also, to listen for request(s).

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    please someone help i will be truely grateful to you!!!

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    Think about what you are asking. Would you like anyone to be able to pop-up something on your pc without you authorizing it?
    This is what security is about.
    So by installing your program on my pc, I decide that it is ok for you to do your pop-up thingy.
    But since you sound devious; that authorization is what you are really looking for. But you still need your "server" on the remote pc to do your bidding.

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    Hu?

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