Remote Desktop Protocol is the same protocol many people already use to access their work computer from their home computer. RDP provides access to all the applications, files, and network resources on a remote computer.

Microsoft RDP provides the following features:

With RDP 6, you can use multiple monitors in span mode. RDP 7 has true multiple monitor support, for up to 16 monitors.

You can copy and paste text and system objects such as folders and files between the local system and the View desktop.

RDP supports 32-bit color.

RDP supports 128-bit encryption.

You can use this protocol for making secure, encrypted connections to a View security server in the corporate DMZ.