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Try this example: psexec \\10.0.0.2 -u user -p pasword -s cmd /c dir c:\ The key is the cmd /c to access the cmd shell Source: http://ss64.com/nt/psexec.html


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Yes. If you mean a "proper RDP client" such as the Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac, it will open .rdp files. I just checked with a .rdp file on my machine, copied it to a nearby Mac with the RDCCfM installed, and tried it on that too. As a bonus, I also tried it on the Remote Desktop Connection Client for Android, and that worked, too.


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To enable the multi-instance prompt, please check and change the below Registry value: This should resolve your issue. HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp\MaxInstanceCount Set 'MaxInstanceCount' to DWORD value of hex 0xffffffff For any remote connection issue, on several occasions, remote desktop does not correctly ...


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I live in Europe and have few linux servers in diffrent locations. Frankfurt: 30-100ms ping, working with SSH is comfortable Amsterdam: 200-300ms ping - SSH is not very comfortable, but it's possible to work New York: 500-1000ms ping - forget SSH with latency like this, typing 10 character word takes 5-10 secods I have no experience with RDP on ...


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Above 400ms isn't very comfortable; working around in VIm and typing commands is a huge pain, and correcting a typo 20 chars back takes at least 30 seconds.


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I managed to access it again by resetting the password using Azure Powershell: Get-AzureVM -ServiceName “xxx”-Name “xxx” | Set-AzureVMAccessExtension -UserName xxx -Password xxx | Update-AzureVM


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This is not recommended for various security reasons, but you should be able to enable RDP sans password with the following steps: 1. Open up Administrative tools 2. Open up Local Security Policy 3. Expand Local Policies and click on Security Options 4. Double click on "Accounts: Limit local account use of blank passwords to console logon only" and ...


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I've run into this as well myself. Sorry to bring up an old post but John but, you helped me narrow this down further. When adding %windir%\explorer.exe to the path, it wants to open a separate explorer window, which isn't too great when trying to use the shortcut in a save dialogue. I found that after changing the shortcut to point to a local file ...


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I needed to make a $HOME/.vncrc file with this entry: $geometry = "1400x850"; Details can be found in the documentation here: /usr/share/doc/vnc4server/examples/vnc.conf.gz


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partial solution: I followed the steps here and at least the login screen now shows and works fine again when using the computer. The RDP connection remains blank complete solution: I issued echo "lxsession -s LXDE -e LXDE" >~/.xsession and it was back on bussiness also with RDP This question was also posted in askubuntu ...


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Try adding the Remote Desktop Users group to his local computer's "allow remote desktop users" permissions. For the default group policy allow Computer Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > User Rights > Allow Log on through Remote Desktop Services > allowed the Remote Desktop users Group and his account ...


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I suspect that NATing is happening on the ISP side. This can be difficult to overcome, as you don't have control to that level of the configuration. I have two solutions that you could try: 1)Setup Chrome Remote Desktop through the Chrome browser. I believe this works by bouncing off of Googles servers, thus would punch through a NAT because it will be ...


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unable to provide script now but will let you know how to achieve this manually, consider you have administrator account and standard user account (Will jr). Make sure your standard user account do not know your Administrator password, as it would allow them to change or disable Parental Controls for any user account. Now set up your parental control from ...


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Check this link out: It specifically mentions "Transfer files between host/client computer with Remote Desktop v8 on Mac" https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/a198403a-5f1e-458d-b88f-731bb0ac3e4c/transfer-files-between-hostclient-computer-with-remote-desktop-v8-on-mac?forum=winRDc One more way might be to copy file from Mac to ...


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Teamviewer's VPN is not meant to be built as a proxying service, what you are hoping for. Rather, it only establishes an IP that can be used to communicate with another machine on a separate network. To answer your question, in order to setup something like you are hoping for, you would need something like OpenVPN or as a basic HTTP proxy, something like ...


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I did find it in the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\TeamViewer\Version9 ClientID It was in Hexadecimal. Once converted that was my TeamViewerID I hope this helps.



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