Remote desktop connection app

Discussion in 'iPad for Business and Education' started by Kursac, Dec 7, 2011.

  1. Matrixboy303

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    The GOTOMYPC app is good at that you shal just install it ón your pc/mac and on ipad and then connect
     
  2. netsecpro

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    I use Jump Desktop. No need for VPN, just install the client software on any machine you want to connect to. It has the choice of either RDP or VNC. If you go the RDP route, you can watch video with sound on your iPad.
     
  3. dcphoto

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    Thank you for the info.
     
  4. ceylan

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    Please I need a RDP app to connect to the office server 2003, But I can not install anything in the Server. So it must be like Windows RDP connection to connect by IP adress.
    Thank you in advance.
     
  5. tdrew

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    You might want to look at Wyse Pocketcloud. I've been testing it, accessing a Windows server on our work network. So far, it looks pretty good.

    --Tom--
     
  6. michali

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    I love Pocketcloud's options to access files on PC but was told to use my google account to set it up. I am always wary of inputting my google password on third party apps. How safe is this?
     
  7. mikos

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    I've been using Splashtop and it works really well. I have been able to keep my laptop in the office and just use my iPad at home. It has some great features like mouse control (via the iPad touchscreen) and support for external keyboards. With this combo, I can work with MS Office apps almost as good as a regular desktop. You need to install the client on your laptop and leave your laptop on. Then run the app on your iPad.
     
  8. michali

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    I love Splashtop too. I find it streams movies from the desktop PC really well too.
     
  9. matt.connolly

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    I use iSSH to connect to remote terminal (SSH) and graphical (VNC) machines. VNC is built in to macs (screen sharing) and can be installed on PCs.

    I haven't had the need to use RDP, so if you need that, I can't help too much.

    Also, a colleague of mine uses the Logmein app and is happy with it. It's easy to use and set up.
     
  10. Armani Qusyairi

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    Splashtop is the best. I use it everytime i wanna present my powerpoint. And i enjoyed using it. Just, i have to keep my laptop on to make sure the connection is connected. Hope the splashtop could do better, rather than let the laptop keep alive. :)
     

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