Web-Based (Flash/Java) Remote Desktop Client for Terminal Services

Posted on 2009-04-20
Last Modified: 2013-11-21
I'm looking for a web based app, either Java or Flash (preferably flash) that can establish a remote desktop connection to a windows based terminal services session. Is there anything out there like that?

I'd prefer to use terminal services rather than just RealVNC / TightVNC so multiple users can be connected to a single system.

Thanks for any help.
Question by:mcjim2k
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    by:Gibu George

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    Thanks for the info, but that's not quite what i'm looking for. That's more of a full hosted solution. I'm looking for an app or plug in that i place directly into my site and is not hosted outside my network.

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    by:Gibu George

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    That's closer, but I'm looking for something that is platform independent; I don't want to have to be stuck to only using IE. The idea is clients from any OS (Windows, Mac, possibly Red Hat) can remote into a Windows machine.

    That's why I was thinking of something Java or Flash based. As long as the browser can run java or flash, it should be able to run this remote desktop app.

    Thanks for the help so far.
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    It's not free but works great!

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