Are there any good solutions out there for remote workers that require remote desktop access? My challenge is that it must support at least decent flash acceleration. The workers rely on an application that does a lot of SQL querying as well as an integrated web browser where they frequently go to sites that require flash.
I was always under the impression that flash and video over RDP was generally not something one could expect to work well. Up until recently I had only attempted to view flash and video over RDP on a WAN. I found that both flash content and video will work acceptably over a LAN however. So, if bandwidth were not a factor, we would be fine but that is not the case.
My goal is to give remote workers as close to a desktop-like experience as possible over a WAN without adding hardware or extra software licensing if I can get away with it.
So far I have tried a few different RDP clients like Ericom Blaze. They seem OK but still fall short of an acceptable experience when flash sites are taken into consideration.