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What are the differences between ICA and RDP? - Citrix
Citrix 06-4-2012 01:57 AM

What are the differences between ICA and RDP?



ICA – Independent Computing Architecture:

- Application publishing is supported by ICA.

- Low bandwidth is sufficient for ICA.

- Encryption is possible I ICA.

- Keyboard and Mouse inputs are present in ICA.

- ICA ensures session reliability.

RDP – Remote Desktop Protocol:

- RDP works only under TCP/IP.

- RDP does not support applications to run in a browser.

- Session reliability is not ensured by RDP.

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