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If you can look past the dysfunctional UI, what you find is a remote desktop server/client that goes toe-to-toe with Parallels, Splashtop and any garden variety VNC software across Windows, Mac and GNU/Linux for all of $44/year with professional support. Hardware accelerated video is first rate no matter if it's Nvidia, AMD or Intel, and you can take your pick of the NX or SSH protocols using the software or the remarkably svelte web client over plain ol' HTTPS. Utilizing LSA on Windows and PAM on Mac and Linux backed by its own user account database, you get dropped in at the login screen of the server, able to authenticate with any valid system credentials you want to, no matter which one you used for NoMachine. UPnP/NAT-PMP reliably auto-configures itself on every network adapter in use, or you can manage firewall access yourself. I don't think a better solution exists at this price point or anywhere close. See More
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