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REMOTE: zoomVNC VNC client for Windows Mobile PDAs
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 08.08.07 - 11:33:45 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 20276x
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After Microsoft removed Remote Desktop from Windows Mobile 6 Classic and Professional devices but made it available optional only (read CONFIRMED: Remote Desktop isn't a Windows Mobile 6 Application by default anymore to learn more), VNC is the only option for Windows Mobile 6 devices to get remote access to PCs and servers. Therefore, every new VNC client for Windows Mobile is much appreciated and there is a new one called zoomVNC.
Featuring modern protocol support, macros and zoom, you can control any type of system remotely, using on-screen keys to support macros, key combinations or unusual modifier keys, zooming in from whole screen to 400% and hardware keyboard support:

Supporting multiple simultaneous connections, you can manage multiple systems without disconnecting from any. Full clipboard integration allows you to copy and paste commands between systems and your Windows Mobile device to fully enable you to perform any task remotely.

zomVNC works with Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PCs and Windows Mobile 6 Professional smartphones and works with any available VNC server software since it's based on the standard VNC protocol.

The full version is available for US$ 19.99.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Lutz on 09.08.07 - 19:30:58

Has anyone compared this yet to the free .Net VNCViewer ( ?  Clipboard transfer is certainly a nice feature but not something I'd pay 20 USD for.

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