Category Archives: networking

RDP tunneling

The Microsoft terminal server client and its associated Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is definitely one of the few reasons I still develop on a windows system. In many ways it’s a very clean and efficient protocol that just plain works. … Continue reading

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Citrix Receiver (XenApp) and multiple monitors

Last year I took a job within the Valley Health System  (VHS, Shenandoah Valley, VA) and VHS uses Citrix XenApp very  heavily for their clinical applications .  I really like the feature set provided by XenApp, but I could never … Continue reading

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Straight Talk MMS and Cyanogenmod Android

Over the past few years I’ve been trying to rid myself of cell phone contracts and excessive overage fees.  After my wife went over our shared minutes and it cost us $250 (which we didn’t have), I began a search … Continue reading

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