With the VNC settings, one can
store a password, specify if the VNC
session is to be shared with other
remote VNC clients, and the color
For RDP settings, one can specify
in advance the domain, user and
password used for this
With VNC connections, by default
iSSH connects in True-Color mode.
This is fine for unencrypted, LAN
connections. However, for EDGE/3G
based, tunneled connections, one can
reduce the color depth and
signficantly increase the speed of
the remote connection. This
sacrifices image quality, however.
To connect, tap the connection on
the main screen. This will direct
you to the X Server/VNC client
In the lower left corner are mouse
buttons. The mouse is moved by
single tapping anywhere in the
screen. Pinching in and out will
zoom in and out, respectively.
Double tapping will result a
single click. In the lower left hand
corner there is a pad that can be
tapped to simulate or hold the left
or right mouse buttons.
In the right corner is an icon of
a keyboard that brings up the
keyboard above the VNC/RDP view.
Above the keyboard is a set of arrow
keys. Tapping this will bring up a
widget that contains the arrow keys
and other special keys like Ctrl,
Special note for OS X users with
VNC: This page
on Apple's webspite has details
regarding setting up OS X for VNC
access. Also, be sure to
select "VNC to Mac" for quicker
access to your machine.