Remote desktop vs. remote display
Posted Feb 14, 2013 22:18 UTC (Thu) by Serge
In reply to: Remote desktop vs. remote display
Parent article: LCA: The ways of Wayland
> FUD, plain and simply. You enable the Remote Desktop and it's ready to be used from other Win machine. What it DOES is lock out any local user while you are using your machine remotely, and that is why it is posited in this thread -- rightfully so -- as more secure.
Uhm. Are we still talking about?:
>>> I've locked my workstation and went home without logging out, I need to access my programs somehow. And the second most common is to share your desktop with tech support guy, obviously.
I guess you assume that user works under local administrator in office, and does not use any third-party firewalls like outpost/comodo or some firewall built into installed antivirus.
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