aRDP is an open source secure remote desktop protocol client supporting SSH that uses the excellent FreeRDP library and parts of aFreeRDP. Its features include:
– Remote desktop control of computers running any version of Windows except Windows 10 Home.
– remote desktop control of Linux computers with xrdp installed.
– Master Password in Pro version – Multi-factor
(two-factor) SSH authentication in the Pro version
– Sound redirection in Pro version
– SD card redirection
– Console mode
– Fine-grained remote desktop session style control
– Dynamic resolution change that allows you to reconfigure the desktop when connected, and control over virtual machines from the BIOS in the OS
– Full rotation support. Use the central lock rotation on your device to disable the rotation
– Multi-language support
– Full mouse support on Android 4.0+
– Full desktop visibility even with extended software keyboard
– SSH tunneling for added security or to access machines behind a firewall.
— Optimization of the user interface for screens of different sizes (for tablets and smartphones)
– Samsung multi-window support – Support
public/private (pubkey) SSH
and much more.
Instructions for using RDP on Windows:
Instructions for using RDP on Linux:
– Install the xrdp package on Linux. Then connect to your computer’s IP/host, port 3389 with your Linux account login and password.
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