remote access software

R-Desktop – added 12/4/2006

R-Desktop is a remote computing client/server tool, that allows you to access your computer from a remote location. You can capture the remote desktop or portions of it in various sizes. In addition, you can also choose to control the mouse movements and thereby work on the remote desktop, just as if it was in front of you. There are various settings that allow you to adjust image quality, size and more. you can also use R-Desktop to chat with the remote machine or browse through the file system in a neat Explorer Style window. The remote server can also be controlled from the client, allowing you to restart it or shut it down. To prevent unauthorized access, the program offers IP based connection control other security features.

Microsoft Virtual PC – added 7/19/2006

Save time and money as Virtual PC allows you to maintain the compatibility of legacy and custom applications during migration to new operating systems and increases the efficiency of support, development, and training staffs.

GoMyPlace Daemon – added 7/12/2006

GoMyPlace Daemon is a small application running in your home/office on any machine. GoMyPlace Daemon connects to proxy server and allows you to access the machine. It uses standard browsers to tap your home/office PCs remotely from cell phones, PDAs, or any other Net-enabled devices. And you’ll be able to do it with your machine still hidden safely behind a firewall and NAT.

Antesoft Remote PC – added 7/12/2006

Antesoft Remote PC is a simple remote desktop control program that works over the internet and through NAT firewall with no need to setup router port forwarding neither on the host nor on the viewer.

Advanced VNC – added 5/30/2006

This fast, reliable, easy-to-use remote control software saves you hours of running up and down stairs between computers. AVNC allows you to take control of another PC on a LAN, WAN or dial-up connection so you see the remote computer’s screen on your monitor and all your mouse movements and keystrokes are directly transferred to the remote machine.

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