on Wed, May 04, 2005 at 08:36:10AM -0600, cdmiller (cdmiller@xxxxxxxxx) wrote: > Karsten M. Self wrote: > > - MS Windows Terminal Server: multiple remote sessions are allowed, > > which are independent of the local console session (more like a > > GNU/Linux X Terminal Server or VNC session server). My > > understanding is that this requires specific licensing from > > Microsoft, specific products (vendors include MSFT, Citrix, and > > Tarantella (a/k/a "Old SCO"). To the best of my knowledge, rdesktop > > does _not_ work with WTS, though I've limited experience here -- > > care to disabuse me? > > > > Last time I tried rdesktop, it worked fine with the windows terminal > services, on a windows 2000 server. Slick! Good info, I wasn't aware of this. When I had access to WTS, I didn't have rdesktop, and when I had rdesktop .... Got some ideas to try now though ;-) > The real pain looked like managing local user accounts on the WTS > server to provide users with their own windows desktops, (Novell > environment), and of course extra licensing costs for WTS beyond 3 > users per server. Ain't that the truth though. I'd think the real pain would be legacy MS Windows, but ... Peace. -- Karsten M. Self <kmself@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> http://kmself.home.netcom.com/ What Part of "Gestalt" don't you understand? We're not going to fix this by getting the pilots to be more careful. - Aviation industry approach to systemic improvement.
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