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  • htmhtm Registered User regular
    bowen wrote: »
    absolutely 100% want to avoid vnc here

    the performance is garbage, even on gigabit LAN

    The only other RDP-style solutions I can remember are TeamViewer and SplashTop, which are both enterprise-ish and not consumer. I think TeamViewer uses its own protocol. Not sure about SplashTop or whether either is more performant than VNC.

    "You can't imagine how many shades of black there are. And white." – Fake Steve Jobs
  • bowenbowen ayyyyyyyy Registered User regular
    I thought teamviewer was basically VNC++?

    Warning: I am a programmer/sysop. IANAL/IANAD, seek actual advice from certified people in their respective fields if you are actually in need of it.
  • iTunesIsEviliTunesIsEvil Registered User regular
    edited February 24
    bowen wrote: »
    I thought teamviewer was basically VNC++?

    What are you looking for? Like, tabbed, multi-session support?

    I just use the Microsoft Remote Desktop Client app that's available via the App Store.

    [ed] To be clear, what I mentioned does not have the tabbed, multi-session support. But it works well with RDP.

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  • bowenbowen ayyyyyyyy Registered User regular
    I want something that implements the RDP protocol so I can connect from my windows machine to my mac mini.

    VNC is way to slow to dev on

    Warning: I am a programmer/sysop. IANAL/IANAD, seek actual advice from certified people in their respective fields if you are actually in need of it.
  • iTunesIsEviliTunesIsEvil Registered User regular
    Ah. I missed the Apple RDP part. Ignore!

  • bowenbowen ayyyyyyyy Registered User regular
    Ah. I missed the Apple RDP part. Ignore!

    Yeah I probably should have said something more than "alternative to iRAPP" after the fact.

    Warning: I am a programmer/sysop. IANAL/IANAD, seek actual advice from certified people in their respective fields if you are actually in need of it.
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