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Need Some Help with Presentation & ScreenSharing!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by YoMoneyMaker, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. YoMoneyMaker

    YoMoneyMaker Junior Member

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    Tonight I'll be making a presentation for one of my clients, trying to upsell a high ticket product.

    Anyway, I need a program that will allow me to share my screen with my client, but only the actual presentation.

    I don't want to share the slides in the left hand menu that powerpoint has.

    Both Skype and Team viewer do not have the option to share a custom sized window. They allow you to share only a certain application, but with powerpoint is not hiding the slides in the left...

    My presentation is in 2 hours from now, any help will be highly appreciated!!!
     
  2. Apricot

    Apricot Administrator Staff Member Moderator

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    Either Ultra VNC or Quicktime can do this, if memory serves correctly.
     
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  3. YoMoneyMaker

    YoMoneyMaker Junior Member

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    Thanks Mr Apricot!

    I checked Ultra VNC, and it seems like it only works for windows, and my client is using mac (Im on windows). For quicktime I didnt found anything besides recording the screent, not sharing,.... :?
     
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    Unless things have changed with UltraVNC, your client should be able to access it via any machine in their web browser or Java applet. VNC was mainly used for GUI remote connections to linux machines when I was using it a while back.