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IPad : Using Popular and Critical Apps - Using iTap VNC

4/12/2013 9:49:10 PM
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Your iPad can be a window to your Mac or PC. By using Virtual Network Computing (VNC) technology, you can control your computer just like it was sitting in front of you (except you can’t hear the sound output).

1.
Search in the App Store for iTap VNC Client and download it. Tap the icon to launch the app.

2.
On the screen that shows your current bookmarks, tap Add Manual Bookmark.

3.
Enter the IP address of your computer under Host.

4.
Tap Credentials and enter your ID and password for VNC access to that computer.

Setting Up VNC on Your Computer

It takes two to VNC. You need to set up your Mac or Windows computer to accept the connection and allow your iPad to take over the screen. On a Mac, you can do this by turning on Screen Sharing in the Sharing pane of System Preferences. On Windows, it is called Remote Desktop, or you can install a third-party VNC server.

5.
Tap Done.

6.
After initial setup, the next time you use iTap VNC, you are prompted to select the computer from a bookmark list. Tap the name of the bookmark to establish a connection.

7.
The next screen shows the status of the connection and a list of the most frequently used keyboard gestures. Tap the green circle.

Why Won’t It Work?

Getting VNC connections to work can be frustrating. It has nothing to do with the iPad. Getting them to work between a laptop and a desktop has the same difficulties. If your network router or Internet modem isn’t set up just right, it won’t connect and you have little indication as to why. Most of the time, VNC connections work right away, but if you are one of the unlucky few, you might need to tinker around with your network equipment settings or even call in an expert to get it to work.

8.
Tap and drag to move around to see your whole screen.

9.
Pinch to zoom in and out.

10.
To type into an application from a keyboard, first select the application to type in by tapping, as you would click it on your computer.

11.
Swipe down with three fingers on your iPad screen to open the keyboard.

12.
Type on the keyboard.

13.
Dismiss the keyboard with the button at the lower-right corner.

 
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