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LogMeIn Ignition is here to stay. One place for all my machines and I don't need to config VPNs and Firewall access.

For local use, the vanilla Remote Desktop Connection tool works just fine. But I am glad to see Microsoft doing something useful to the mobile community besides shoving Windows Phones down our throats.
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LogMeIn Ignition is here to stay. One place for all my machines and I don't need to config VPNs and Firewall access.

For local use, the vanilla Remote Desktop Connection tool works just fine. But I am glad to see Microsoft doing something useful to the mobile community besides shoving Windows Phones down our throats.

Do you have much experience with TeamViewer? I was looking at LogMeIn last night, and I'm wondering which is better overall.

The main drawback I see so far is that the mobile app is $30.. everything from TeamViewer, including the phone app, is free for non-commercial use.
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post #33 of 34
TeamViewer is very good at what it does. I use it extensively at work for remote support. I can't comment on the Android app but if you want something that will allow easy to use remote control then TeamViewer is great.
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I only use teamviewer for remote support of others and emergency access to my PCS in the event my VPN server gets rebooted or something
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