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I need a desktop assistance application similar to windows' but that allows both users to interact with the PC.

I prefer it to be light-weight and free. Also I don't like Team Viewer.

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You can use the built in Windows Remote Desktop and apply the concurrent users patch to enable two people to log in and use the PC at the same time.

I've used it to update software on the HTPC without preventing someone from watching TV at the same time.

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Thanks Richard. I actually found that out yesterday but still ty :) – AngelicCore Jul 5 '13 at 8:57

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