TruRdp Rdp Remote Desktop supports all operating systems that support Terminal Services respectively Remote Desktop Services out of the box.
TruRdp Rdp Remote Desktop is a secure & fast way to access your Microsoft operating systems.
You can simply use your Android device to start all your installed applications.
The simple installation, session bookmarks, intuitive usage, customizable resolutions makes Rdp Remote Desktop your perfect choice.
This app was not created or endorsed by , creators of "Windows"
*** SUPPORTED PLATFORMS ***
Windows XP Professional
Windows Vista Business or Ultimate
Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Windows 2000 Server
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2012
Linux with XRdp / RDP server installed
*** Features Overview ***
Optimized for gesture sensitive phones and tablets
Full RDP integration
SD Card redirection
TS Gateway support
Advanced performance settings (3G network)
Multi-touch ready: Pinch-zoom, two finger scrolling, mouse dragging all supported.
Three finger taps are supported to quickly show and hide the keyboard.
RDP/NLA/TLS or automatic encryption mode
Touch Pointer - Mouse Pointer designed for working with gestures
32-bit color support. 16, and 24 bit color are also supported.
128-bit encryption, using the RC4 encryption algorithm, as of Version 6.
Seamless: Remote applications can run on a client machine that is served by a Remote Desktop connection. It is available since RDP 6.
RemoteFX: RemoteFX provides virtualized GPU support and host side encoding and is being shipped as part of Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
Terminal Services Gateway: Enables the ability to use a front-end IIS server to accept connections (over port 443) for back-end Terminal Services servers via an
https connection, similar to how RPC over https allows Outlook clients to connect to a back-end Exchange 2003 server. Requires Windows Server 2008
Network Level Authentication
Support for remoting the Aero Glass Theme (or Composed Desktop), including ClearType font smoothing technology.
Support for remoting of Windows Presentation Foundation applications: Compatible clients that have .NET Framework 3.0 support will be able to display full Windows Presentation Foundation effects on a local machine.
Improved bandwidth tuning for RDP clients.
Support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 on both server and client ends (can be negotiated if both parties agree, but is not mandatory in a default configuration of any version of Windows).
*** Optimized for Android and gestures ***
Touch Pointer - Mouse Pointer designed for controlling mouse and keyboard with gestures
Auto fit and customizable resolutions
Custom keyboard featuring all keys found on a traditional PC keyboard
*** Integration of RDP protocol in Android ***
Support of the latest RDP protocol version 10.0
Optimized compression and caching for mobile networks (3G)
RemoteFX support with NEON optimizations
NSCodec (fast 32-Bit bitmap compression) support
High security standards - RDP/NLA/TLS or automatic encryption mode
You must know that Microsoft has removed Terminal Services (Remote Desktop Services) from the Windows Home/Basic editions. In order to access those Windows systems with any RDP client you have to install an alternative Terminal Services (Remote Desktop Services) solution.