Oh I'm sorry, I didn't see that about the file transfer.... I always just FTP to a server I can access from both computers, so that has never been an issue for me. Sorry about that.
Slightly off topic:
There was an article in a recent volume of Windows Secrets about using an iPad to access a remote Windows box and run desk top applications such as Word, Excel, etc.
Doubtful, though, that it's up to real-time streaming requirements of productive remote viewing & control.
What you mean, "we?"
The last thing I need is work-in-a-pocket.
Correction: 'they.' We would include me, which wouldn't be the case since I still haven't figured out how to send a text message on my ancient Nokia. Technology is buzzing along at a blistering pace, it's just a matter of time until we are all plugged in some way or another through a must have portable device.
How long will it be until we walk into Safeway and our fridge phones and tells us, "I see you're at Safeway. Remember to get milk."
It's gonna have to yell real loudly to get my attention, or tell me when I'm on my way out of the house, 'cause I won't be answering the 'phone.
as you are running very secre application so For Security Purpose it is not recommended to use remote desktop sharing . only give remote access to your desire application which you want to access. by routing.