Also, which works faster on the same host machine, RDP or VNC?
Best one for windows that I have seen is the WinAdmin ipad app.
lets me log in to my windows machines from anywhere and is quick and responsive even over 3G.
I was pretty much busy with the same question over the last week or so and finally made my decision towards Desktop Connect.
Why? Because it got excellent reviews and I didn't see a significant benefit for Teleport or LogMeIn....
And what about "VNC Pocket Office Pro"? I heard that it's the faster remote for iPad but I don't know if it is.
My intension is to use iPad to take remote control of my HTPC, wich is connect to Tv. In this way I can play any video on the large Tv screen, simply using iPad to run and control it.
Unfortunatley, when I start playing the video on the Tv, it will also play on the iPad monitor, taking lots of wifi band and make the remote control difficult for the low refresh of the iPad screen.
Wich apps can help me better doing this?
Do any of the remote desktop apps out there have cut, copy, paste clipboard support? That would be really handy.
I use LogMeIn for controlling pcs and VNC Viewer (the one from the people behind RealVNC) for everything else. They both work great, but LogMeIn provides a better experience. If LogMeIn had a Linux client I would use it instead of VNC Viewer.
Desktop Connect is a great app. A bit pricey but worth it.
Anyone know of an rdp client that adapts for left handed desktops?
Are you talking about when you switch the mouse buttons around if lefthanded.
if your using the WinAdmin iPad app tapping is the same as clicking, Press & Hold is for right click, double tap is double click, tap once and Hold to drag.
Dont thing it would make any differance what had you use since its all from one single finger.