TunaDesk, a cross-platform, open source remote desktop control tool that enables easy and secure access to remote computers via web browsers, ensuring complete privacy.
Users can control their computers remotely without any concerns about their data privacy because all data is encrypted and it flows through their Ant Media Server.
With TunaDesk, individuals can access their remote computers anywhere around the global, enabling seamless remote work and remote support.
You see, your controller is ready for the action! Now, it’s time to configure the host.
The host is the computer that you want to control. Download the TunaDesk Setup for Windows from this link.
Or alternatively, download the unpackaged version for Windows from this link. If you prefer, you can also compile it from the source for your desired operating system by following the instructions in the repository.
Several controllers can connect to the same host and can either observe the session or take full control of it.
The host application has several settings such as:
You can customize TunaDesk for your specific usage by enabling or disabling these settings.
All you need to do is go back to your controller web page located here:
Type hostId into the box and click the Start Controlling button.
And that’s it!
Your session should begin and you should be able to securely control the host from your web browser.
Optionally, you can mute the session or switch to fullscreen for a better experience.
For contributions and more details, check out our GitHub repository.