Jaadu VNC/RDP??

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Which would you choose, Jaadu VNC or RDP?

  1. Jaadu VNC

    85.7%
  2. Jaadu RDP

    14.3%
  1. Shandog

    Shandog New Member

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    Hey all!

    Any one that's seen the reviews knows that both the Jaadu apps (www.jaaduvnc.com and www.jaadurdp.com) are considered to be the best quality around and this also shows in the price. Because of this, I can't afford to simply buy both the VNC and the RDP Jaadu apps and I've been trying everywhere to find a side-by-side comparison of the two but can't get anywhere. First up I want to say that I only ever use windows computers, so this is not a factor in my decision and I am completely capable of setting both the RDP and VNC up. I was just wondering if anyone out there could please tell me what are the pro's and con's of going with one of the apps over the other?? I've also added a poll to see who would use which app and if you aren't able to help with the comparison question above, then just a reason why you voted the way you did please?

    Any help is incredibly appreciated!

    Cheers
  2. Xtreme Touch

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    Whats the difference?
  3. Shandog

    Shandog New Member

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    Main one I can think of is that RDP supports audio streaming but VNC doesn't.
  4. Xtreme Touch

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    So it has sound? Then go with RDP.

    What would you be using it for?
  5. Shandog

    Shandog New Member

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    Yup, sound.

    Many things that range accessing files, remotely monitoring certain critical programs running on my computer whilst travelling to simply accessing flash websites etc.... audio would be a nice bonus. how would they compare with speed? is one faster than the other or do they run the same?

    If I have a freshly rebooted pc running xp and I haven't signed in yet (e.g. using rdp or vnc I restart the computer) can I connect using either VNC or RDP without having someone physically log into the pc?
  6. Mgssidley

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    I prefer VNC only because I use it when im not at my computer. Not to change volume or other things. I like the ability to see my desktop.
  7. Gnintendo

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    Remember, you can only use RDP if you have Windows XP Pro.
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    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Damn, RDP has audio streaming? I'm getting that now.
  9. Rappybas

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    Yes, it has Audio Streaming, I will get it too now.
    And see if it works on Vista(Since much more tools I downloaded works with vista, while they say it's XP only...)
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    I thought one was for OS X and one was for windows.? I could be wrong...

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