According to Wikipedia, in computing, the term remote desktop refers to a software or operating system feature that allows a personal computer's desktop environment to be run remotely on one system (usually a PC, but the concept applies equally to a server), while being displayed on a separate ...

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Multiple remote views of a C# application

I have a C# application (Desktop based application for Windows OS), which I wanted to use from Web browser. The application is a kind of analyzing tool, which takes some input values and performs set ...
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What are the alternate models for remote desktop software?

A coworker and I were trying to brainstorm and list the different ways an application developer can write a program enabling a user on one computer to run remotely on another computer while being ...
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Can i sell my own software that uses parts of PSEXEC

I just have a quick licensing question about PSEXEC by sysinternals. As some of you may know if you have ever used PSEXEC, it is confusing to learn at first. I have created a program that makes it ...
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Can Windows Phone development be done remotely?

Can Window Phone 7 or 8 development be done remotely, such as on an Amazon EC2 instance or a rented VPS running Windows, via using an RDP or VNC client from a PC running Linux (or OS X, or maybe even ...
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How do I keep an eye on a remote freelancer? [closed]

I've been hiring several developers from different places around the world. It all goes well, but I see that some of them are abusing my polite overlooking too much lately. They are all hired for a ...
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How do you check bugs on your client's PC's?

It seems like there are a plethora of methods for dialing in and checking out what's going on on a client's PC. But they seem to boil down to just 2. Dialing in and checking it out with VNC and ...