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So, did we fall for the "it was free and now it's paid" scam with AnyDesk again? This is after TeamViewer has already done this. Well, I already had a modest remote desktop solution that helped me for almost 10 years. But it needed configuration and software at both ends. ultrVNC, NoVNC and others have the same configuration and the WEB versions need Node.JS and/or a very complicated configuration to work correctly on the server. This solution (named by me as RDP4uniGUI) is based on an old-time Cybele Software project that has evolved a lot in recent years with support for several RDP solutions. However, despite the original project being with several versions scattered on Github and Sourceforge, they all had problems in the source codes, missing sources with legacy material that doesn't work in recent versions of Delphi. As I felt "betrayed" by AnyDesk, I decided to combine the best with the best: Cybele's ThinVNC with the StandAlone uniGUI with several interesting functions. I revised a lot to work and as well as the lightweight RDP with basic browser access functions. With this project, from any device (mobile also) you can access a server via RDP (despite the name, it doesn't use the VNC protocol) and do all the basic operations. You can easily adapt this project for VCL, Service and other things of interest to you. Performance is very good, consumes less resources than AnyDesk and TeamViewer, and the code is yours! NOTE: For Brazilians who have broadband with blocked ports for incoming connections, this will not work ! Install a VPN on your connection or change providers. Direct access to RDP required, just as standard Windows RDP does not work on incoming connections (incoming). Follow link below with more information and acquisition. https://www.unigui.com.br/rdp4unigui-eng.html RDP4VCL.rar