RDP via Browser

Use the browser to access the remote desktop

Starting with RPort-Server 0.6.0 the Guacamole Server and a pure JavaScript client is included into the RPort server. You directly connect to a remote desktop or terminal server from your browser. No desktop app is needed.

Using RDP via browser, your RDP connection fully encrypted.

Sensitive data such as username and password are always transferred encrypted and directly passed through to the remote systems. No data is stored on the RPort server, not even temporary.

If you have upgraded your RPort server from an older version, you might need to install the Guacamole proxy manually. We provide tiny Debian/Ubuntu packages for fast and easy resolving of the dependency. Read more.

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