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Remote access is obviously a very sensitive (often we’d call it intimate) matter. So, security is a major concern here. Many remote desktop software vendors claim their products are secure, but sometimes the details are a bit vague. Let’s try and figure out what we need to know when choosing remote access tools.
In modern times web browsers are the most popular and widely used software. No doubt the Internet is playing an unprecedentedly important role in people's personal and work life. Web browsers provide access to zillions of bytes of information and many thousands of tools used in workflow.
One of such browser-based tools is DeskRoll. It enables access to remote machines without installing additional software on the controlling device.
ComponentSource is an authorized DeskRoll reseller and one of the most recognized solution resellers around the globe.
Working on your computer from another computer is nothing new. Then why is it so popular, even among those who are not IT pros or computer enthusiasts? Also, what does remote access mean for your business?
Here goes a small list of links that mention DeskRoll.
DeskRoll consists of the web part, the communications server and the client applications. We offer deep the customization of all three. We can brand the website and the client apps and we can deploy the communications server where you deem appropriate.
There are quite a lot of options to remotely access Macs. For the sake of readability, let us consider them in groups.
UAC (User Account Control) is an extra layer of security introduced in Windows Vista. It suspends any application you want to run: a dialog box pops up asking for an explicit permission to run the app. While offering extra security, UAC certainly complicates remote support because you lose control over the remote machine in some cases.
But let's see what other options we have here. All workarounds suggested are for Windows 7 but they also should work in Vista and Windows 8.