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Can ASP.NET be used in sync with RDP to create a remote desktop manager ?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 06, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Hello all,      I am new to .NET but is in a circumstance were i need to submit a project in .NET ( not necessarily a web application - even a client server one would suffice ). I need this application to be able to : 1. Connect to remote client from my server computer2. See client computer's screen and work on it from my server to fix problems there3. Drag and drop files between my local server's screen and the screen on my computer displaying the remote client's screen4. Should be able to start a chat session ( text/audio) with this remote client's user to help fix him/her the problem5. If i am installing any s/w in the client - then i should get back this control over the client computer even after i do a system restart of the client computer from the serverMy doubt is : 1. Can i build a remote desktop control manager application as described above using .NET be it asp.net/winforms ?2. If so what all technologies do i need to use and which all protocols will i be using ideally - like ASP.NET, ADO, Winforms - RDP, FTP, HTTP etc ?3. If at all feasible - how complex is this project on a level of 1 to 10, 10 being the highest ?I am sorry if i am totally out of place or wrong. I am a novice and is new to .NETThanking you all in advance for your valuable help and suggestions.                 

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