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Yes, if you are programmer, you can use Virtual Channel to develop 2 small add-in programs, one on the client side, one on the server side to archive that. If you prefer 3rd party, there is a free tool that's called Remote Executer for Terminal Server, it seems that it can do the trick. Good luck Jumeaux


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Assuming your local policy is not preventing this from happening. You will need to save it for the same amount of time's you connect using a unique node. ie. if you have RDP published across 4 nodes and you connect, it will need to be selected 4 times. then after that you will be set.


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Multiple monitor support in RDP is only supported for windows 7 ultimate and enterprise according to Remote Desktop Connection: frequently asked questions Have you tried passing /span to mstsc as mstsc /span? It's a bit clunkier than full multi monitor support as it all appears as one monitor on the windows 7 system but might work for your purposes along ...


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Locking a session (either local or remote) is done using the screen saver settings. User Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization: Enable screen saver - Enabled Force specific screen saver - Enabled Password protect screen saver - Enabled Screen saver timeout - Enabled As far as I remember, you need to configure ...


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There is a lack of needed network info to give you an accurate answer, but I'll take a stab at it based on what was provided. While at work, are you using the same IP/Shortcut to contact the RDP server (your work desktop) you use while at home? If so, then that's most likely your problem. You need to ensure you're using the internal IP of the RDP server ...


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What you want to configure is the idle session limit. Exact steps vary by operating system, but you can Google "idle session limit" and your OS, and you should be able to find either how to configure a single server or how to set Group Policy to configure a number of servers. For Server 2003: ...


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I know this may not be the exact solution you are looking for, but if you use this it would result in an infinite up time. It just simulates normal mouse use for the computer and resets the log off timer every second. It also is not so over the top that you cant use the mouse while its on. So you can both leave it on and do work on the computer.


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Did you try the 2-finger to right click option in Trackpad settings? That's the MS RDC 'accepted' method. From Technet - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn473006.aspx How do I enable secondary right-click on your Mac? In order to make use of the right-click inside an open session you have three options: Standard PC two button USB mouse ...


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You can restrict various settings for RDP connections via Group Policy. As an example, for one customer we set up an OU for those users who were coming in via RDP to limit things such as color depth, maximum screen resolution, visual effects, printer and drive mapping etc.


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Well you can use TeamViewer. TeamViewer - the All-In-One Software for Remote Support and Online Meetings TeamViewer is a proprietary computer software package for remote control, desktop sharing, online meetings, web conferencing and file transfer between computers. Versions are available for the Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows RT ...


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How about something like zoom. You can share screens or just an application either direction. You can make annotation, record what is going on and etc. There is a free version that allows meeting up to 40 minutes. it is a very lightweight installer. Here is a list of features. If you don't like this option there are plenty of web meeting ...


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You use free edition for non commercial use?Remember that TV is not connecting two machines but video stream goes through TV server (slow if you are free user, and faster if you are premium user and payed for it). I get 80/20 Mbps LTE net access and was expecting near realtime remote work but i was terribly wrong, its only slightly better than on my previous ...


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In your case you need to review TerminalServices-LocalSessionManager and TerminalServices-RemoteConnectionManager logs from you computer. You can also check an excellent third party tool called Terminal Services Logs. It will generate you all sort of reports from logs and will save you a bunch of time if you want to get all of details about RDP connections ...


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This works fine for me (hidpi client to lodpi server) with not configuration on the server: Remote Desktop Connection Manager (by MS) (tested on win 8.1 with 200% dpi)


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Here is a very deep article from Microsoft Blogs about optimizing Visual Studio 2010 over RDP. Also, take a look at the Microsoft Forums post with many troubleshooting links. In my case, RD can get very slow and laggy on very fast optical connection. I think it happens when some apps leak GDI resources and Windows handles, and Visual Studio requires very ...


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In the third party program called fraps, there's an option to record the mouse too, same as the program Camtasia. It sounds weird to me, are you use there's no option in teamviewer as well?


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Have you try VLC media player to record your desktop screen? VLC player has screen recording feature with customize f/s (frames per second) and different file format(like .mp4, avi, mkv etc.). Try VLC media player. See the link useful tricks on VLC media player to know how to use it as screen recorder.


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From Ways to shutdown/restart your computer via Remote Desktop Another trick is to click on the desktop and type Alt + F4. This will call up the shutdown dialog, where you get the usual shutdown options like "Shut down", "Shut down without installing updates", "Restart", "Stand by", and "Hibernate".


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No, the RDWebAccess (RDWA) role requires the web server role (in particular IIS). The RDWA role provides the functionality of generating the feed that the clients use for app discovery and the necessary RDP files. Granted that the client machine already has the feed and the RDP files, the RemoteApp side of things will still work and, assuming you have the ...


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None that I am aware of. You may want to look in to LogMeIn/TeamViewer or something like Bomgar (nothing goes through their cloud like the previosu 2 options, traffic stays internal)


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They actually frown on software suggestions here. Anyways, you're looking from something like TeamViewer or LogMeIn.


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according to the PSExec page, the -i [session] switch does this: Run the program so that it interacts with the desktop of the specified session on the remote system. If no session is specified the process runs in the console session. In your command you don't specify a session immediately after the -i as the manpages indicate. I also note that you ...


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As the desktop environment on my computer is LXDE and not gnome, I am using the following: #/usr/bin/openbox-session #/usr/bin/lxsession -s Lubuntu-Netbook -e LXDE #/usr/bin/lxsession -s Lubuntu -e LXDE ## This session was created for other purposes such as a non shared desktop #/usr/bin/lxsession -s ChromeDesk -e LXDE ###### ## For Desktop Sharing ...


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chntpw comes with a registry editor. As described in the answer "Remote desktop without a password", under the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa you can create a value LimitBlankPasswordUse (type DWORD) and set it to zero. Start with chntpw -e /mnt/Windows/System32/config/SYSTEM, then cd into ...


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OK, I found the issue.. Apparently, at least in Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows Server 2008, UAC restricts administrative-privileges requiring changes to local admins by default. The only reason I can imagine for this is that if a Workgroup connected remote machine's logged in user has identical credentials (ID and password) as that of the home computer, the ...


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Issue resolved. It was related to the While routing Kernel chokes on spurious "too big" IP packets bug.


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With workgroups you are requesting information from the computer that is handling the "browser" function. This doesn't update in real time and so can be a very hit and miss. If you are using the same username and password locally as the computer you are administrating you should be ok as the request is handled without the browser.


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Windows 8.1 does not have support for incomming RDP connections. You will need Windows 8.1 Pro to support incomming RDP connections. Upgrade to Windows 8.1 Pro and you will be able to connect to that PC.


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I found the answer. Stopping and Starting it flushed the configuration, and now it is back to full size.


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You can use the Icon in the system tray to disconnect without closing anything. You right click on it and choose disconnect from all or the specific session. You will also need to make sure that the session collections is set to not end a disconnected session.


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If you go to the full screen mode that you've described where it fills the screen but then gives you the same sized virtual desktop you're halfway there. From there all you have to do is set the resolution of the VM (right click the desktop - screen resolution). Just set it to the exact same resolution as your real machine and voila. It looks and feels the ...


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The following solution works perfectly if you have sufficient privileges on your local machine to edit its host file: Open the Windows host file ("hosts") from \Windows\System32\drivers\etc in notepad In Windows 7/8 you might have to grant yourself full control permissions on the file through properties > edit permissions > Add > define 'full control' ...


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Enable Log spooler information events in gpo also check this print logging software: http://www.papercut.com/products/free_software/print_logger/


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Our problem was caused by a corrupted crypto database catalog: Solution Stop Cryptographic Services (cryptsvc) by running "net stop cryptsvc". Delete or rename the C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 folder. Start cryptsvc by running "net start cryptsvc". Restart the computer. C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 will be recreated. Wait for all the catalog files from ...


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Open regedit.exe and navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client In there should be a DWord value named ShowShutdownDialog. Set it to 1 (or delete the ShowShutdownDialog entry) if you want the RDP client to show the dialog, or 0 if you don't.


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Either using two finger tap, or two finger "click" (by pressing down on the touchpad).



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