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Could you please suggest me a software having the following feature

  • Can access the all the machines in a network
  • If the server program is installed in a machine, I will be able to control the client machine
  • Access the client machine
  • Access the client machine without knowing the user of client machine
  • View the desktop of client machine
  • Start or stop programs of client machine
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The title ask for network monitoring, but the features describes Remote Desktop like VNC – Michael9000 Nov 1 '11 at 20:47

It sounds to me like you're looking for a VNC Server/Client setup. There are a few options when it comes to which client/server software you use, but I personally would opt for Ultra VNC, which is available from here:

VNC is unencrypted by default, so passwords etc are sent in plaintext - so it might be a good idea to use an encryption plugin. This URL: contains some information on that.

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