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Old 03-07-2006, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

Thinking about buying this. Had a question.

A single-user license allows you to use Remote Desktop for Mobiles Server on a single computer and use one copy of Remote Desktop for Mobiles Client on a single mobile device. One single-user license costs only $29.99 USD.

Purchase a single-user license
Only for $29.99 USD!

And you will get 3 months of free access to RDM Online Service!


Does this mean after three months you have to pay more money? I emailed support with no response yet.
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No, I have had mine for the past 6 months and no additional charges have been incurred. BTW it is well worth the $29.99, go for it.
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The RDM service is an add-on to Remote Desktop. It a way to access your PC from another PC similar to I'm In Touch, or Go To My PC. This add-on was released with the V2 software. I believe the annual fee, if you want this functionality is ~$100.

The best part of V2 is that if you've used a remote PC to VPN into your main PC, Remote Desktop can still connect, even though the main PC is "locked". In V1.5, you couldn't connect to your main PC if it was "locked" from a VPN (remote desktop) session.

It's a great app. Well worth the $30.
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I still haven't figured out how to set it up...

See here: UPDATED! Blackberry Killer Software & Utilities Thread

Help??
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Hi,

I use it to administer 8 servers in the company. Pretty useful if you want to do some simple task.

Response time is good enough for me. Using a 7100v on a BES/MDS.
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Originally Posted by Trixie
I still haven't figured out how to set it up...

See here: UPDATED! Blackberry Killer Software & Utilities Thread

Help??
Have you tried Idokorro Mobile Desktop from http://www.idokorro.com ?

If you have any problems with Idokorro Mobile Desktop please call 1-888-IT-ADMIN x207 and someone will help you right away. Or email [email address] and we will respond as quickly as possible.
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