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We have a company with about 100 employees, however half of us just got moved to another building.

Even though i probably could use the exercise it would be nice to offer fast help on employees computers through some sort of "Remote Desktop" application.

All computers are connected through Active Directory machines (Windows Server 2008 R2) if that is any help.

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