By this way, remote users can work together. When one of the users is controlling the system, the other one can view what he is doing on the fly.
Not only can you share a window but you can also let other users use folders and files as if they were local files.
The applications works under an invitation system, so you'll need to create a session and then, invite the other users via e-mail, phone or instant messaging system.
Finally, the options menu of Microsoft SharedView allows you to enable or disable the view of the cursor of the other users as well as copy, cut or paste.