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Here a 27" iMac is being controlled by an iPad.
I've used the iOS reverse-pinch gesture to zoom in on a detail on the Mac. See the mouse icon? That appears in "direct scroll mode" to let you know where your mouse pointer is.
Here's a list of folders on the remote Mac, as seen in LogMeIn Ignition
It's possible to create folders, rename files, and do other file management functions from LogMeIn Ignition.
When copying or moving a file, you're given a choice of which window you wish to move it to. This is how you can move files between computers.
Here's the local files folder on the iPad, where the files reside after being transferred from the Mac.
And here we're being asked to approve the copy of a file from a Mac to the iPad.
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