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What is remote desktop connection software?

Remote desktop connection software, like Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol, is a program that allows users to remotely control another device via a network connection, like the Internet. These applications are one method used to facilitate telework arrangements, giving employees a direct, secure tunnel to operate computer workstations and access private intranets that are housed on-site at the place of business.

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