software to hide input screen on remote PC

Asus Laptop with intel pentium processor...
May 30, 2011 at 15:37:33
Specs: Windows Vista, 4GB
Hello!

I've seen several programs to work remotelly on another computer like for example tight vnc or teamveawer.

However, I wonder whether there is any way to disable the output to the screen for the person who is in front of the remote computer in a way that they would not be able to see their screen while they get their computer used remotely.

What I am asking about is some kind of software that would allow the person who is physically in front of the remote computer to accept the request to disable the screen before releasing the control of the computer to the other person who is dealing remotely with the PC by means of an internet connection.

Thanks

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#1
May 30, 2011 at 19:50:42
What I gather is that you want to fix someones PC remotely and not let him/her see how you are doing it?
Or do you have other motives?

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#2
May 30, 2011 at 23:53:31
If you want to know whether I want to know this to compromise the security of the remote system or to steal information or whatever like that, the answer is clearly I am not using the remote system with any of those purposes.

So any insight is welcome.

Thanks

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#3
May 31, 2011 at 00:45:46
... so what is the purpose of the stealth de-screening?

... (used Teamviewer before and sometimes disconnects whereuopn the acting server/client would exchange "new" connect codes through email and a "pop-up" insert code box on the desktop, how would the recipient see the code box pop-up if their monitor is off?)
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Angel Decoy ................................................ (still skirting the issue!)
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#4
May 31, 2011 at 05:00:48
If the question is if my purpose is something ilegal, it is not ilegal.
I am wondering whether you are not replying the question because you doubt whether my purpose is legal or just because you do not know a straight answer.
Thanks anyways for replying

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