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I'm SSH'ing into an amazon EC2 box running windows to run some selenium tests. However when I RDP into the same box to take a look at them, I don't see any browser windows or anything happening, for that matter. Looking at the task manager, I see all the processes involved running, I see the logs being written perfectly fine, all under the same username that i logged into via RDP. Why is it that programs run from SSH don't show up in the remote desktop? And of course, how would I actually make these all visible?

Edit: These are the connection commands I'm using.

RDP port forwarding ssh -i key -L 3389:host:3389 random_user@proxy

SSH command ssh -i key User@host 'python run_python_script.py'

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How are you executing commands from you ssh session? (paste example) – QuentinMoss Feb 8 '13 at 23:53
    
added some clarification, thanks. – Jaynathan Leung Feb 9 '13 at 0:19

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