Apple Remote Desktop 3 screen sharing performance

Apple Remote Desktop 3 screen sharing performance
Apple should licence citrix terminal technology to improve screen sharing experience and performance over low bandwidth connections like the internet.
ARD works very nice on LANs. But the screen sharing performance for remote offices really has to be improved. Look at Citrix and MS Terminal Server - these products work very snappy over low bandwidth connections like 3G UMTS or Cable, DSL.
Also adding the terminal server technology (multi user over network) to the OS would be great. Not only redirect the hole client screen - map a GUI user session over the network for an admin while the user on the client has his own usual local session.
The curtain mode is good beginning.
Kind regards,
Bjoern

Hi,
I mean that MS Terminal Server is a completely different beast, because you don't transfer the whole bitmap here as VNC or ARD does.

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