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any program for ipad that works exactly like remote desktop on a PC?

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I am trying to incorporate iPad in my office but will need the remote desktop function of a PC to access the program and data in the window server. Can any one suggest an iPad application that functions exactly like the remote desktop? I don't want to lock others out while accessing the window server (the likes of LogMeIn). Thanks.
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We had a similar requirement and I found this to be useful. They have a free version.

http://www.mochasoft.dk/iphone_rdp.htm
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The locking in my opinion will happen only if you are connecting to Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7. If you access Windows Server, it should allow atleast 2 simultaneous connections. If you have Terminal Services with license, then the number of concurrent connections can be more.
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