Bring four eyes to the problem with remote screen control.
Two parties, both connected through Dispel, are able to work together by giving and taking control of the same virtual desktop.
Does enabling screen control put me at risk to outside command-and-control attacks?
No. The remote screen control function is only accessible when both parties are connected to Dispel. Thus, during screen control sessions, you are confident that the other party is a verified user.
Do I need to give Internet access to my OT network for remote screen control to work?
No. Both parties can be locally scoped to have no external internet on their devices, but Dispel's remote screen control will still work.
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