Remoting Linux servers is a thing I often do, I can do it very easily and comfortably. However, in the last few weeks I have to work with Windows servers, I was confused when I first handle it. I thought I can remote the Windows servers with telnet or something else based on CLI. 😀
I was wrong, I can do it via RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol), and since I use Ubuntu, then I need additional applications. Remmina is my choice, an RDP client that runs very well on Ubuntu.
Some of the things I like from Remmina:
– Simple user interface
– Settings are very functional
sudo apt-get install remmina