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Client agent service overview

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Chris.Moyer_ret on Nov 06, 2017

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DameWare Mini Remote Control installs the Mini Remote Control client agent service as a service under the local System account on remote systems. The Mini Remote Control application used this service to establish a straight TCP connection to the remote system on a designated TCP port. By default, the client agent service uses TCP port 6129, but you can define any valid TCP port in the Mini Remote Control client agent service properties. For additional information, see MRC Client Agent Service settings.

When the Mini Remote Control client agent service is installed and running on a remote system, the service displays the Mini Remote Control SysTray icon in the remote system's system tray unless you configure it to do otherwise.

Windows operating systems require Administrator rights to install, remove, start, stop, upgrade, downgrade, or modify the settings for the Mini Remote Control client agent service. For additional information about how to install the Mini Remote Control client agent service, see Client agent service installation methods.

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