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Nov
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answered Windows 7 loses access to network drives
Nov
3
answered Windows 7 persistent remote desktop
Nov
3
comment Windows 7 persistent remote desktop
I use Windows7 all the time. I login to it remotely from an XP SP3 machine and I have NEVER had the problem you describe. You dont need to worry about "console" session.
Nov
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Oct
27
answered Vista won't boot - just get black screen
Oct
21
answered Certificate for Terminal Services authentication on Windows Vista
Oct
21
comment Certificate for Terminal Services authentication on Windows Vista
the tsconfig.msc snapin doesnt seem to be on xp pro either...
Oct
21
comment Certificate for Terminal Services authentication on Windows Vista
great link to article. thanks! also, after accepting the RDP FIPS certificate, you can see the certificate by running mmc.exe and then adding the "Certificates" snap-in (to see machine-wide cert store).
Oct
21
comment Why can't I connect to my Windows 7 via Remote Desktop?
it's secure enough, especially with a long password.
Oct
21
comment Does a virtual desktop app for Windows exist that is RDP/VNC compatible?
this sounds like a possible answer. can you elaborate a little. your wording isn't very exact.
Oct
14
comment Does a virtual desktop app for Windows exist that is RDP/VNC compatible?
I'm looking for a 1 button click desktop swap between local computer and a persistent/secure desktop connection to a remote computer. This alt-tab or maximize stuff wont fly...
Oct
14
revised Does a virtual desktop app for Windows exist that is RDP/VNC compatible?
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Oct
14
comment Does a virtual desktop app for Windows exist that is RDP/VNC compatible?
I know how to do full screen RDP or VNC. What I am asking here (as you can see in my question) is whether or not an application exists that can treat a VNC or RDP connection as a "virtual desktop" that is "swappable" by clicking an icon on the taskbar in the same way that Linux can swap virtual desktops in the same X-windows service. Please dont confuse "full screen mode remote desktop" with my question concerning "swappable virtual desktop from the taskbar".
Oct
14
asked Does a virtual desktop app for Windows exist that is RDP/VNC compatible?
Oct
9
answered How much will it cost me to run a Windows Home Server?
Oct
6
comment how can I share an app using skype?
Skype shares using the same method that MSN Live messenger can share a desktop. You can share desktop as read-only or interactive depending on how you configure it.
Oct
6
comment Sharing a windows desktop with remote desktop?
This only works via MSN Live Chat. You invite someone to chat then from the menu you can make an "Assistance request" and then the user can see your desktop.
Oct
5
comment Super users and the home directory
There is something to be said since Microsoft gets closer to the Unix paradigm. Now, Windows7 puts all users files in a C:\users\Username directory, making it even closer to Unix and the "home" directory idea.
Oct
5
revised WinXP: How do I allow read-only remote desktop to non-admin users?
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Oct
5
comment WinXP: How do I allow read-only remote desktop to non-admin users?
Very helpful post. I'll give an up-point for that. I might not choose as the answer though.