This guide will get this thing off of your server should it just refuse to go!
Well before we can compare these two apps there is something to solidly clarify, Android or Ipad.
Android is only going to be a victim as Microsoft was once, where if you allow OEMs to create devices and add bloatware then those of lesser knowledge will certainly blame the tablet as ” I have an android and its crap”
So this applies to premium Android tablets only, that being said, Sony Vaio Z tablet or similar. That model being a tablet i have had and was probably one of my favourite ones. Interestingly a few Atom CPU quad core tablets are throwing Android commands around quite smoothly also.
Any way back too the subject at hand, I own Splashtop Desktop and Pocket Cloud. Both have excellent write ups on most blogs.
Both offer an overlay set of commands and features, making both worth considering over the standard Remote Desktop and port forward to your desired machine.
Splashtop to me seems like the application that has a lot of potential but mostly is pushing enhanced video as its Universal Selling point. Its good application but Pocket Cloud is a solid Enterprise tool. for the Mobile Professional and enterprise teams.
You can connect directly with a port forward but i recommend having the client installed on your target machines.
Then also have a direct port forward to one machine at least in that site.
A good tool for this even though pocket cloud will do this is Microsofts Remote Desktop finally released some months ago on both platforms.
How to disable the “Check online for updates from Microsoft Update” link in the Windows Update icon in Control Panel
Photography plays a huge part in marketting the use of Tablets, and it is a true statement that minimalistic Tech purchases made with suitbility in mind is the ideal fit to anyones life.
Step By Step Guide To Setup Remote Access VPN In Cisco ASA5500 Firewall With Cisco ASDM
1. Check Cisco firewall ASA version
Make sure you have ASA 8.2.2 and up. You cannot connect your Windows clients if you have ASA 8.2.1 because of the Cisco software bug.
2. Start Cisco firewall IPsec VPN Wizard
Login to your Cisco firewall ASA5500 ASDM and go to Wizard > IPsec VPN Wizard … and follow up the screens.
2.1 In “VPN Tunnel Type”, choose “Remote Access”
From the drop-down list, choose “Outside” as the enabled interface for the incoming VPN tunnels. Keep the box checked,”Enable inbound IPSec sessions to bypass interface access lists. Group policy and per-user authorization access lists still apply to the traffic.”
2.2 In Remote Access Client, Check “Microsoft Windows client using L2TP over IPSec”
Check “MS-CHAP-V1” and “MS-CHAP-V2” as PPP authentication protocol.
2.3 Choose “Pre-shared Key” for VPN Client Authentication Method
Pre-shared key must be the same for the firewall and client side.
2.4 Authenticate remote users using local device user database
2.5 Add new user into the user authentication database
You will use this username and password to connect in the client side.
2.6 Add address pool
Create a pool of local addresses to be used for assigning dynamic IP addresses to remote VPN clients. You can use 10.10.20.240 to 10.10.20.249 (may depends on your internal network).
2.7 Leave empty for attributes pushed to the client
2.8 Default for IKE Policy
3DES encryption & SHA authentication and Diffie Hellman Group 2.
2.9 Default for IPSec Settings
Uncheck “Enable split channeling …” and uncheck “Perfect Forwarding Secrecy(PFS)”
2.10 Verify the summary information and click “Finish” button
3. Add Transform Set
Go to Configuration > Remote Access VPN > Network (Client) Access > Advanced > IPSec > Crypto Maps. Edit the IPSec rules and add “TRANS_ESP_3DES_SHA” and click “Ok” button.
Save the running configuration to flash and all done.
BACK TO STOCK:
HOW TO DO:
WARNING: This will wipe your device. Backup all your photos and whatnot.
- Download the Nexus 7 JRO03D OEM image -> here.
- Extract the compressed file to the folder where your fastboot.exe lives. Typically this is the platform-tools directory in the SDK.
- Open a command prompt window where your fastboot.exe lives.
- Type in the following commands and press enter after each one.
fastboot erase boot
fastboot erase cache
fastboot erase recovery
fastboot erase system
fastboot erase userdata
fastboot flash bootloader nakasi-jro03d/bootloader-grouper-3.34.img
fastboot -w update nakasi-jro03d/image-nakasi-jro03d.zip
- Wait for the image to flash.
- Type in
and press enter.
- If you just wanted to return to stock software and not relock, you are done here. Boot into the device.
- If you want to relock the device, type in
fastboot oem lock
and follow the prompts on the device.