|It's also probably that RAdmin is much smaller than pcAnywhere's 12.4MB footprint|
Er 12MB on a modern DSL connection is no problem for a hacker to upload. Especially seeing as some hackers seem to use your system to store their illegal videos etc...
On the PA via serial.. I used to use PA via 28.8 modem on WfWG and it was fairly respectable. What the current hash is like though, I wouldn't like to say. But I agree with you; Radmin leaves the others standing. The only thing I bemoan is that the mouse (cursor) changes are not seen and this makes re-sizing windows very hit and miss.
Windows remote control is slightly more responsive at screen control, but is useless as it lacks file transfer ability when the remote system is locked down with file & printer sharing disabled.
On an interesting side.. Those of us that install Radmin on WinXP & 2003 are breaching the windows licence, which prohibits installation and use of remote screen/control software save for that provided with windows [MS's terminal services].
I have heard rumours from some colleagues working at large sites that have MS premier support, that MS have cautioned them to remove/discontinue use of Radmin or they will put their support and enterprise licensing in jeopardy.