Remote connectivity apps

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  1. gewoodfo

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    Hi all:

    I need To find a reliable app that will allow me to remotely connect to a server that is hosting a virtual private server. I would also like to remote in to my Mac so that I can access and run any applications either Mac or windows.

    Any suggestions?

    Thank,

    G.E.
     
  2. Midranger4

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    Many are available. I personally use itap RDP and am very happy with it.

    The iPad has its own VPN client available under settings/network and works flawlessly with our Cisco concentrator.
     
  3. netsecpro

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    Jump Desktop. It's a bit pricey, but you can connect via RDP or VNC. No need for a VPN connection, you just need to install a piece of clien software on each machine that you want to connect to.
     
  4. MikesTooLz

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    I'm not a fan of anything that requires client installation on the end computers.
    there are tons of them, I forget what that good one was that did both windows and vnc...

    I use WinAdmin iPad Edition for connecting to windows machines.
     
  5. gewoodfo

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    Hi all: thanks for the suggestions. I will check them out.
     
  6. dmspen

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    Also look at TIOD. I just tried lasy night and it worked flawlessly on my home network.
     

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