Is there any reason that VNC is very slow on my network (using Tight compression, 256 colors, high JPEG compression, etc. - basically all the fast settings) compared to Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection? I have my MacBook Pro 2.4 GHz running Vine Server (used to be osXvnc), and I access it on the network using a windows laptop running Tight VNC. The laptop is connected to my MacBook Pro on a 100 mbps network, and it runs pretty slow (every time a window draws, it slowly draws in, and is very blocky). I have a Dell desktop (an older one, to boot!) running Windows XP and set up to allow Remote Desktop Connections, and I open up Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection on my MacBook Pro, log in, and feel like I'm actually in front of the Dell desktop because of how fast and snappy everything is! Is there any way to remote control my MacBook Pro near as fast as I can remote control any old Windows machine?