All the remote mouse and keyboard functions are transferred to your computer. You can work with the remote computer as if you are sitting in front of it. Remote disc access is provided. You can easily navigate through files on the remote machine, using standard Windows keyboard commands to select, rename, copy, and move files.
You can use OIRC to change the remote hosts’ setting, reboot it, and log back on to its OS. A mini-toolbar provides quick access to common functions such as Full Screen (fitting the remote display to the entire client screen), Display Mode, FTP transfer, Access Mode, Remote Lock and sending Ctrl-Alt-Del. An Options button lets you configure all remote-control settings while connected.
IT managers can use OIRC to access employee PCs over corporate LANs. You get a remote-control session where you can navigate a live image of the remote machine’s desktop.
The host application is run on the remote machine as a service, so your machines need not be left logged on to be accessible. It automatically shows you a list of PCs in your domain. Other systems on your LAN can be accessed if you know the IP or the host name.