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  2. Comparison of remote desktop software - Wikipedia

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    Normally the remote user interface chrome is also removed, giving the impression that the application is running on the client machines. Remote assistance: remote and local users are able to view the same screen at the same time, so remote user can assist a local user. Access permission request: local user should approve a remote access session ...

  3. Remote Desktop Protocol - Wikipedia

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    Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft which provides a user with a graphical interface to connect to another computer over a network connection. The user employs RDP client software for this purpose, while the other computer must run RDP server software.

  4. Home server - Wikipedia

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    A home server can be used to provide remote access into the home from devices on the Internet, using remote desktop software and other remote administration software. For example, Windows Home Server provides remote access to files stored on the home server via a web interface as well as remote access to Remote Desktop sessions on PCs in the house.

  5. Shared resource - Wikipedia

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    Common file systems and protocols. Shared file and printer access require an operating system on the client that supports access to resources on a server, an operating system on the server that supports access to its resources from a client, and an application layer (in the four or five layer TCP/IP reference model) file sharing protocol and transport layer protocol to provide that shared access.

  6. Remote keyless system - Wikipedia

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    Remote keyless entry fobs emit a radio frequency with a designated, distinct digital identity code. Inasmuch as "programming" fobs is a proprietary technical process, it is typically performed by the automobile manufacturer. In general, the procedure is to put the car computer in 'programming mode'.

  7. Virtual Network Computing - Wikipedia

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    Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a graphical desktop-sharing system that uses the Remote Frame Buffer protocol (RFB) to remotely control another computer.It transmits the keyboard and mouse input from one computer to another, relaying the graphical-screen updates, over a network.

  8. Logical access control - Wikipedia

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    In computers, logical access controls are tools and protocols used for identification, authentication, authorization, and accountability in computer information systems. Logical access is often needed for remote access of hardware and is often contrasted with the term "physical access", which refers to interactions (such as a lock and key) with ...

  9. Debugging - Wikipedia

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    Remote debugging is the process of debugging a program running on a system different from the debugger. To start remote debugging, a debugger connects to a remote system over a communications link such as a local area network. The debugger can then control the execution of the program on the remote system and retrieve information about its state.