BySoft Internet Remote Control 2.6 (95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP)
FREEWARE version

Internet Remote Control enables remote monitoring and control of a DialUp connection. It also enables message communication between connected users and remote program execution on the server.
Internet Remote Control consists of two programs: IRServer and IRClient. The IRServer is installed on the computer that has Internet DialUp connection, and IRClient is installed on all other computers that need to monitor and control connection. IRServer monitors DialUp connection and sends info to all connected clients. Clients can dial, disconnect, communicate and run programs on server.

BySoft Internet Remote Control is free for personal and non-profit use (excluding governmental entities and educational institutions); business users must purchase a valid end-user license to continue using the software.

If you are a business user, or you want to connect more than one client to server, visit Order section for the information how to purchase PRO version.

Changes in 2.6
- server/client communication changes
- internal changes

Changes in 2.4.6
- problem with connections with very long user names corrected

Changes in 2.4.5
- small fix in client

Changes in 2.4.4
- default client name is the name of the user currently logged onto the system

Changes in 2.4.3
- better connect/disconnect under NT/2000
- server/client communication changes

Changes in 2.4.2
- installation changes
- internal changes

Changes in 2.4.1
- better help
- internal changes

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