First of all, it's not a matter of stupidity at all! Network communication protocols make for a fairly complex topic.
As I understand it, RAdmin uses a proprietary communication protocol (and possibly proprietary encryption as well) . So for ANY client to be able to communicate with a RAdmin server, that client has to "speak the same language". (Just pointing a SSH client at port 4899 instead of 22 won't work.)
So until Famatech (or some really brave an enterprising third party programmer) writes a client that will run on a mobile platform (iPhone, Windows Mobile, whatever), we're out of luck.
With more of our datacenter team moving to personally-managed mobile devices, we're mostly all going iphone. As a result we're slowly transitioning from radmin to vnc. I can either troubleshoot quick issues instantly, where ever I am, or I have to stop what I'm doing and find a computer with an internet connection. Easy choice. You guys need a good iphone app about as much as anyone. Remote access has no future if it's not a mobile future.
iphone , ipad ,android, mobile pc, mobile phone
id like to see a java enabled cliant can login to a sight / app and connect remotely to someone. i do like the standalone cliant thats great for ez running on pc. would be cheaper than everyone getting a notebook (200dollars or so)