N/APosted on - 11/26/2012
I can use proper JavaRDP without getting any issues.
However, when moving it to modify the Java to Android, I get an error with receiving the byte arrays.
It started changing in size.
What could be the solution for this?
Any help would be appreciated.
Using Java RDP for Android
On iPad Java doesn't support it. So it’s not possible to run the Proper RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) applet.
IOS 4.2.1 became older version for iPad. You can use one of the iPad RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) clients in combination with the JPA (Juniper Pulse App).
The way you will use RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) over VPN (Virtual Private Network) RDP instead through a Web sessions by HTTPS (hypertext transfer protocol)
To use split tunnelling which will sends our RDP traffic by the VPN it quite looks similar to by the web browser through RDP: secure RDP internet access will be given with ease simultaneous to your iPad.