Networking Protocols: RDP Remote Desktop

RDP Remote Desktop Earlier you learned about Telnet, a remote terminal service that is unsecure. RDP Remote Desktop Protocol is the “secure” proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft.  From this lesson you’ll learn how provides a graphical display interface and input capabilities but for securely connecting to another device over a network environment. RDP has both a client and server component, it runs both TCP and UDP over port 3389, and we’ll examine how that transaction process takes place. You’ll learn how RDP is browser-friendly which means it can be used with Google Chrome or Internet Explorer, OS friendly which means it works with Windows and non-Windows operating systems.
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