Compared to the Lite version the full version has:
- 2 keyboard scroll banners with extra keys
- More mouse functions: right button,drag, wheel and hover
- Text macro support
- Can handle 20 different Host configurations
Version 2.2 includes support for Vista/Windows 7.
to license issues with Microsoft Terminal Servers are not supported.
Microsoft has patent rights on the RDP protocol, and the patent license we have
with Microsoft allows only workstation access.
To allow a connection with the iPhone on the EDGE network or another wifi network, maybe at your local Cafe, you must configure the router/firewall protecting your Home network to allow traffic
on port 3389. This could be a security risk! Read the router manual for
I have a router at my house, which connect to the Internet. It has IP address
184.108.40.206 on the Internet. The router has a fixed IP address on the Internet, if your
internet provider (ISP) gives a dynamic address,
a solution could be to use a service as NO-IP
My XP PC has a fixed IP address on the local network (wifi) at
In the router firewall configuration I have configured, if it receives data on port
3389, forward it to 192.168.2.2.
When on the EDGE network with the iPhone, I will in mocha Remote Desktop as Windows PC IP write
220.127.116.11 , and as port 3389 (Not the IP address for the Mac!)
With canyouseeme.org it is possible to check if the router has been configured to allow
port 3389 access. At field What port type 3389, and click [Check]. In the center of the page the result is shown (below some google ads)
If you open the router for port 3389 access, make sure to use a proper user/password in the XP PC
Server, or your system will be at high risk.
As a start make sure you have configured the XP PC, to allow remote access
- Wrong IP address for the XP PC.
- A firewall stopping access on port 3389.
- The iPhone/iPod is not on the same network as the XP PC. If using wifi, check wifi is enabled on the iPhone and not only the EDGE network. Also
it is the same wifi network as your PC , and not your neighbors network.
- If the iPhone is not using wifi, but only the EDGE network, the IP address for the XP Server given in Mocha Remote Desktop must be
your Home router IP address. The router must also be configured to forward port 3389 traffic to your PC.
To open port 3389 could be a security risk. Check the router manual for advice.
This is how remote desktop works on a PC. When you sign on with a client, the client will request a new desktop resolution, and the icons will be given new positions. When you use the real PC screen, the resolution change back, and the icons has moved.
You can on the PC, right click the desktop and see the screen resolution.
In mocha rdp, menu - configure - screen size, a list of common sizes is shown and you can at the blue icon define a new
width/height. Select it for use with rdp. This will make the icons stay in position. But if your PC screen is very large, it will run slower, as to more data traffic
Try to reboot the iPhone. If this does not help, use a smaller screen
Notice this message is only a warning. If a background program releases
the memory it has allocated, RDP can continue running without problems.
If it does not release, everyone will soon go low on memory, and
applications may crash.
Unconfirmed reports tell downloading with itunes, may give installation
problems, and the out of memory issue. Remove rdp from the iPhone, and
hereafter download direct with the App Store application on the iPhone.