unattended mode


unattended mode
This mode is available on some communications programs. It will let your computer wait for a telephone call from another computer, and will let the person using that computer access your computer (usually to download or upload programs). It is call unattended because you don't have to wait for the person to call, it will automatically answer when they call.

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