I find that Microsoft Remote Desktop works much better for connecting from a Mac/Master to a Windows/Slave than other things that I've tried. The screen/resolution scales appropriately and it is nearly as responsive as a local desktop, which is really important if you are monitoring quick articulation changes through VEPro.
With that said, I still get the annoying error message starting VEPro Server 64 and behavior of getting booted out of the RDP connection because VEPro Server 64 requires a "local Administrator account". The thing that isn't making sense to me is that the user I'm logging in with is indeed a local Administrator on the machine, with Administrator permissions. I've also added this user as a member of the "Remote Desktop Connection" group.
Has anyone had any luck addressing this issue? Is it related to permissions or something else not fixable?
Otherwise, what are the preferred remote login applications (VNC, others?) which aren't clunky and glitchy and provide a responsive display/UI experience?
Jason Todd Shannon