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LAN Remote Control rev 14

A LAN-based remote volume/mute controller for Windows


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  • Last Updated: Sep 17, 2009
  • License: Others Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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LAN Remote Control is a Servers & Network software developed by screamingtarget. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for LAN Remote Control:

BS Editor: Do you want to control the volume and mute of one Windows† computer on your LAN from another computer? Try LAN Remote Control.


- There are two components to LAN Remote Control -- MixerServer.exe and MixerClient.exe.

- Place MixerServer.exe in a directory of your choosing on a Windows computer, the volume/mute of which you would like to remotely control. When you launch MixerServer.exe a speaker icon will be placed in the system tray. You can right-click or double-click on this icon to exit the program.

- On another Windows computer within your local area network (LAN), place MixerClient.exe in a directory of your choosing.

- When launched, MixerClient displays a familiar Volume Slider and mute button in a Compact form, which can be dragged anywhere on the screen.

- Right-clicking on the form displays a context menu which allows the user to exit the program, minimize the form to the system tray, or toggle the ability of the form to appear on top of any other window.

- When the volume slider is adjusted or the mute button clicked in MixerClient, a message is sent to MixerServer and the main mixer on that computer is affected.
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