This may be more a discussion that a question.
We all know that we can conect to remote desktops by use of TeamViewer, reverse vnc, etc etc.
But why don't any of these tools use the RDP protocol?
The fact is, RDP absolutley blitzes all the other protocols.
RDP is single session I hear you say. But it isn't. Remote Assistance has happily been using RDP, even before Vista introduced the shared RDP session api.
Remote Assistance operates WAY quicker over my WAN than a direct vnc viewer, but it is simply too impractical to offer as a solution.
Why aren't there any comercial remote desktop assistance tools out there using RDP?