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For various reasons, i need to forward a single window, as transparently as possible from one windows system to another.

Raw performance is not an issue, there should be a dedicated gig-e connection between the systems in question and i will not be running software where input latency will be a huge issue. I will also need sounds to be handled by the system in which the software is running

The system running the software can run either windows XP professional, or windows 7 professional, and the system i want to forward the window to will be windows 7 professional.

seamlessrdp comes close, but it requires a linux client

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I'm a little confused by the downvote - if there's something actually wrong with the question, let me know in comments so i can make it better – Journeyman Geek Oct 23 '11 at 3:17

You can do the equivilent of seamless RDP with windows via Remote Apps over RDP. This is a feature of Windows Server 2008, but has been made to work with registry hacks and RDP file tweaks on W7, Vista and XP SP3.

It is a bit long to reproduce here, but here is the how to link.

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there's no 'TsAppAllowList' entry in my registry by default. The gui configurator seems to have set it up but the rdp file it generates asks for a password, then just closes – Journeyman Geek Oct 22 '11 at 5:40
    
Yeah it looks like it needs Ultimate or Enterprise on the host in order to enable TS - what are you running? – Paul Oct 22 '11 at 8:40
    
as per the question, windows 7 professional on both ends at the moment - i can swap the server end to xp pro tho – Journeyman Geek Oct 22 '11 at 9:27

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