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Microsoft Follows Google, Files For Desktop Remoting Patent
« on: December 25, 2012, 11:45:08 am »
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Desktop remoting is emerging as one of the killer features of Google's Chrome OS, as it allows even small low power devices to connect to a regular and powerful desktop PC and run traditional x86 or Mac OS X apps.

ZoomMicrosoft is following suit with a "Web-Browser Based Desktop And Application Remoting Solution", which shows a similar approach and could have some interesting implications for multiscreening environments.

The patent application submitted in June 2011 states that the technology would use a proxy server to establish "a HTTP session with the client and a remote presentation session with the client. The server generates graphics encoded with a remote presentation protocol and sends them to the proxy, which re-encodes them as video and sends them to the client for display in the web browser. The client captures user input at the web browser and sends it to the proxy, which encodes it with the remote presentation protocol and sends it to the server to be processed."

What makes Microsoft's solution different is that it does not require a specific application to support remoting on the client, a so called remote presentation session application. the patent, however, outlines "a client [with] a web browser application that is configured to both display video and receive user input that is directed to the web browser application. The client uses the web browser to establish an Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML--Extensible Markup Language) connection with the server to open a connection. The client and server then exchange information to authenticate the client to the server."

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/google-microsoft-desktop-remoting-sharing,19934.html

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Re: Microsoft Follows Google, Files For Desktop Remoting Patent
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2012, 03:35:10 am »
Translation...

Install and run anything including a keylogger or virus.

I hate remote anything. Unless I personally have absolute control and nobody else on the planet has any access at all.

(Paranoid Amerikan)

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