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    using Windows phone as "remote desktop"

    Dear all,

    i want to make app connect remotely on computer ,How?

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    Re: using Windows phone as "remote desktop"

    Quote Originally Posted by Windows Phone dev View Post
    i want to make app connect remotely on computer ,How?
    this is a bit of a hard task (that's why the remote desktop apps for WP are quite expensive), there is "MSTSCLib.dll" library which has a control for rdp protocol but not available for Windows phone.
    I think you'll have to do the job with sockets.

    Normally you'll need a server app (on the computer you wish to remote control) & a client (your phone app).

    this link might help you a lot.
    http://channel9.msdn.com/coding4fun/...ontrol-library

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    Re: using Windows phone as "remote desktop"

    really thanks ,i will try it

    Quote Originally Posted by Loukt View Post
    this is a bit of a hard task (that's why the remote desktop apps for WP are quite expensive), there is "MSTSCLib.dll" library which has a control for rdp protocol but not available for Windows phone.
    I think you'll have to do the job with sockets.

    Normally you'll need a server app (on the computer you wish to remote control) & a client (your phone app).

    this link might help you a lot.
    http://channel9.msdn.com/coding4fun/...ontrol-library

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    Re: using Windows phone as "remote desktop"

    I was thinking about something like this last week...

    I don't know if it's possible and if it is what you want to do. But I was thinking about the Bluetooth Object Push Profile (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluetoo...file_.28OPP.29) to do that. In this case, I should connect using Bluetooth and the Windows server application would work only as a second screen.

    I'm working on a small project right now, but i'll give the OPP a shot in the future to implement a second screen application.

    Br,

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    Re: using Windows phone as "remote desktop"

    Do find any types of protocols ?

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    Re: using Windows phone as "remote desktop"

    As a protocol, look into RDP (remote desktop protocol).

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