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RDP Wrapper is much more superior solution than dll patchers. Advantages: supports Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10 doesn't modify system dlls won't clash with future windows updates can be used for unattended installation has builtin fSingleSessionPerUser toggle no reboot required doesn't affect currently logged on users I was even able to install it via active ...


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In order for the described scenario to work, the Guest machine must listen for remote desktop connections on a different port than the host does, unless you use bridged networking. To set the RDP server to listen to 3390, set the following registery key to "3390": ...


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I'm referring to the POODLE vulnerability discovered recently that TLS 1.0 is no longer secure Poodle does not make TLS 1.0 not secure, what it does is make the TLS 1.0 connection fail and the browser falls back to the older less secure SSL 3.0 which does have vulnerabilities that can be exploited. RDP will not fallback to SSL 3.0, it falls back to ...


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I think the problem is that your home network is behind NAT, you need to configure your tablet to access hosts behind NAT. Here is a guide which is related to your question: Allow Remote Desktop connections from outside your home network


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If you're using the Microsoft RD Client app then you simply tap and hold with one finger then tap with another.


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The domain portion refers to the local machine name as this is what you're authenticating against. You can see this by running whoami in a CMD window, your complete user name is of the form computer name\user name To specify a local account on another computer you'd use the other compauters name and the relevent user name e.g. If the other computer's ...


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The server certificate is not stored on your PC. When you check the box "Don't ask me again" the thumbprint is store in the Windows Registry under HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Servers\<server name> in the binary value CertHash. The presence of this value indicates that a certificate with that thumbprint presented by that server is to ...


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"\asdfsadf\c$\ad\etc" Your path references an admin share (c$), which isn't accessible by non-admin users. Share the app's folder, set appropriate permissions on the share, and then use the direct path to the share (ie: \\asdfsadf\sharedAppFolder).


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You need to specify the domain. IE: ourDomain\Steve as the user name. If the Steve account you want to use is a local account on the Windows 7 work machine (not a domain account) then you'd use theMachinesName\Steve. If you want a bit more info, here's a related StackOverflow question that discusses a couple alternative ways to do it: Any difference ...


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The syntax of -L switch of ssh is -L [bind_address:]port:host:hostport where port (7474) is an equivalent of Source port in PuTTY host:hostport (localhost:7474) is an equivalent of Destination in PuTTY The login@address is not part of tunnel configuration. The two commands you got from tutor are not to be used together. The first is normal SSH ...


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Not entirely sure about the details, but Windows Media Player is likely using the video streaming option of recent RDP protocol versions – it reads the compressed video file and tells the OS to stream it over RDP directly, having the client decompress and render it. Meanwhile, other programs (unaware of RDP) render it server-side, causing each individual ...


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Have found a workaround: Press ctrl+alt on the physical keyboard, and using the onscreen keyboard on the computer you wish to bring the dialog up for, press the Delete key using the mouse. Any other combination doesn't seem to work.


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I am also having the same issue. MacOS (10.9.5) RDP (8.0.13 Build 25377) VirtualBox (4.3.20r96996) running on Ubuntu 12.04 Host with a RHEL5 guest running in fullscreen. For me it is triggered by hitting the caps lock or the num lock keys. Using EkriirkE's tip, I am able to get the arrow keys back by toggling num-lock back off. (Using a real keyboard on ...


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I just ran into this problem and emailed Netgear customer support. Their response: "NETGEAR home routers and modem routers do not support setting up port forwarding the same port numbers for different or same IP addresses. This feature is not supported or applicable with CG3000Dv2." Seems like a silly feature for the router to lack. If anyone comes up ...


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RDP and file sharing are completely independent of each other. You might have RDP permission, or even administrator privileges, but that doesnt guarantee access to a file share. If you cannot access a file share, more than likely you do not have access permissions to the share. Ask your local administrator/help desk to confirm the issue and resolve it.



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