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04-27-2021 12:10 PM - edited 04-27-2021 04:56 PM
Hi, I am logging into work via HP ZCentral remote boost. I assume people can see the work I do on my remote window at work, as if I was at work, if they wanted to be bored to tears. But are they able to see my home computer screen as well? Like, if I was to check my bank account on my home systems browser while the remote window is running does anyone see that? Not on the remote system browser, mine at home. It's just one way right? Thanks!
05-10-2021 10:24 AM
By default, Remote Boost sender is blanked after logging in so no one should be able to see your work unless this function of Remote Boost was disabled via the SenderConfigApp tool. Remote Boost does not send data, but pixels. Working locally on your receiver such as your browser should not show up on your sender, unless you launched a browser on the sender itself. I guess the important thing is to make sure that your local system cannot be viewed into by another means, such as VNC or RDP. Remote Boost only goes from Receiver (local system) to Sender (remote system).
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