Apache Guacamole is not available for Windows but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on Windows with similar functionality. The best Windows alternative is TeamViewer. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try UltraVNC or TightVNC. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to Apache Guacamole and many of them are available for Windows so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Windows alternatives to Apache Guacamole are NoMachine (Freemium), VNC Connect (Freemium), MeshCentral (Free, Open Source) and TigerVNC (Free, Open Source).
Clientless RDP Server Manager. The Windows Server acts as a gateway, while the HTML5 web rdp client grants secure remote desktop without installing extensions nor plugins on the user side. Includes FTP, remote audio/printing, access profiles, etc.
Free remote desktop control software. It's used for system administration and instant remote desktop connection over the Internet. Free remote access software Desktopable makes control of a remote PC very easy and intuitive.
TurboVNC is a derivative of VNC (Virtual Network Computing) that is tuned to provide peak performance for 3D and video workloads. TurboVNC was originally a fork of TightVNC 1.3.x, and on the surface, the X server and Windows viewer still behave similarly to their parents.
Myrtille is a simple way to connect remote desktops from a web browser. As a web UI, it’s device and OS independant. Server side, it uses the .NET (C#) framework and the RDP protocol through an HTTP gateway. It supports HTML4 and HTML5, file transfer and WebP compression.
Seecreen, a word play of See Screen, is a remote desktop control and sharing application written in Java. It is multi platform (Windows/MacOS/Linux) and can work behind NAT and Firewall with zero configuration.