New Android App: RDP Windows Remote Desktop – Offers a Fast and Secure Means of Control

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  • 02 Jun 2013
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  • Remote desktop options are pretty solid and available on the Play Store in many forms, offering the most advanced tools for controlling the desktop from a distance in a reliable way. For most users these solutions are appreciated for offering ways to access the Office apps or any other of your need. Here is one very well implemented solution that besides it’s free.

    Developer K Soft has only recently launched RDP Windows Remote Desktop and managed to promote it as a very well implemented remote desktop solution. The app offers an abundance of features and is based on an intuitive interface that most users should appreciate. It comes highly recommended for both the average user as well as professionals in need of a secure way to remote control their PCs.

    RDP Windows Remote Desktop supports a wide range of PC OSs, including the newest Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8 and Windows 2012. It offers support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 on both server and client ends and network level authentication. In terms of control, the interface offers multi-finger support and a wide range of instruments. Here are just some of the features available:

    •  Touch Pointer – Mouse Pointer designed for working with gestures
    • 32-bit color support. 16, and 24 bit color are also supported.
    • 128-bit encryption, using the RC4 encryption algorithm, as of Version 6.
    • Seamless Windows: Remote applications can run on a client machine that is served by a Remote Desktop connection. It is available since RDP 6.
    • RemoteFX: RemoteFX provides virtualized GPU support and host side encoding and is being shipped as part of Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
    • Terminal Services Gateway: Enables the ability to use a front-end IIS server to accept connections (over port 443) for back-end Terminal Services servers via an ✓ https connection, similar to how RPC over https allows Outlook clients to connect to a back-end Exchange 2003 server. Requires Windows Server 2008

    RDP Windows Remote Desktop is available for free on the Store and you can also purchase the additional Licence for it.


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