Tip

Remote user screen access

This tip allows you to display your session on another user's terminal.


To connect:
Step 1. Type /NSM04 and hit Enter - this will give you a list of current users.
Step 2. Type SLON in the command field, place the cursor on the user you are interacting with, then hit Enter.
At this point your session will appear on that user's terminal and they can see anything you do (only in that session).
To disconnect:
Step 1. Type /NSM04 and hit Enter - this will give you a list of current users.
Step 2. Type SLOF in the command field, place the cursor on the user you are interacting with, then hit Enter.
At this point your session will disappear from the user's terminal.

If you want to see what the user is doing, have them repeat the above steps.

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This was first published in February 2003

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