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Best Performing Remote Desktop solution (for LAN)

I'll shift from putty to vnc,not because putty is bad , just baecause that I need to keep the session up dan running for some testing task. So I'm looking for a free vnc client which might as good as putty from user exerience point will . what will be your choice ?

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marked as duplicate by random, BinaryMisfit Mar 5 '10 at 10:48

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@HaiYuan: also consider running GNU screen inside your PuTTY window. if the PuTTY connection gets cut off, you can reconnect to the screen session later. basic tutorials: ... – quack quixote Mar 5 '10 at 12:56

Which OS are you running?

I've always used Ultra VNC, both in Linux and Windows environments, its free and has always been ultra reliable and very robust.

Find it at:

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