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    Sometimes my wife brings home some work from her job. Lately she has been using her laptop from work and one of the laptops here at home at the same time. How would I set it up so she can use both screens from her laptop only?
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    control both laptops with just 1?

    i did something like that with a basic cross over cable whene i was so young i didnt know what a crossover cable was.
    i could work on the PC in my bedroom, and my moms PC she was working on at the same time.

    other that that you would be looking at something like a remote sesion
    microsoft has a heaping ton of remote controll non sence


    homegroup provider
    homegroup listener

    windows remotee managment...

    remote registry
    remote desktop services user...
    remote destop services
    remote desktop configuration
    remote access connection man....
    remote access auto connectio...

    those alone can be used to remote into most any PC in your home network

    or just set up a home disk drive for your network
    many routers now have the ability for a USB stick
    smack a 1 TeraByte HDD USB 3.0 on that puppy, and make sure everything she wants is on it. from all her PC's,,use it as a general data storage hub.

    your pretty much guarenteed to get hacked, at that will be the first target, but well,,that goes into network security,,,,
    all things are relitive right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    control both laptops with just 1?

    i did something like that with a basic cross over cable whene i was so young i didnt know what a crossover cable was.
    i could work on the PC in my bedroom, and my moms PC she was working on at the same time.

    other that that you would be looking at something like a remote sesion
    microsoft has a heaping ton of remote controll non sence


    homegroup provider
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    remote desktop services user...
    remote destop services
    remote desktop configuration
    remote access connection man....
    remote access auto connectio...

    those alone can be used to remote into most any PC in your home network

    or just set up a home disk drive for your network
    many routers now have the ability for a USB stick
    smack a 1 TeraByte HDD USB 3.0 on that puppy, and make sure everything she wants is on it. from all her PC's,,use it as a general data storage hub.

    your pretty much guarenteed to get hacked, at that will be the first target, but well,,that goes into network security,,,,
    all things are relitive right?
    I should of pressed her for more info. Turns out that she plugs into a dock and has 2 monitors plugged in there. Thanks for the info, I'll put that into my tech folder here.
    While we're on the subject, if there are any docks you could recommend, I'm open to suggestions. The laptop is a Lenovo ThinkPad T430 with an Intel Core I5 vPro.
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    Default Re: Multi-Tasking Laptops

    https://support.lenovo.com/en/documents/pd023761

    https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/pd028106

    https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/pd024298

    Laptop Docking Stations | eBay

    i'm obsessed with the idea of making my own docking stations. slap to gether a bunch of connections on a mechanical lever to connect / disconnect all 3 sides simultaneously, and that would expand the lappy to a full blown home use/office system
    just my mind dribble,,,i shall stop such insanity imediatly
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