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It looks like Get-TSSession cmdlet tries to read some registry (or pipe?) data and fails. Looking at the PSTerminalServices source code I see that it uses Cassia and this could be a permissions issue. This question may be relevant: Calling WTSEnumerateSessions from a Local System Try to set on the remote server 'Full Control' permissions for the ...


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I've searched for this very same thing (remote unix application integration with windows desktop) and the short answer is "well, sort of." If you're on-LAN with the server, you can use plain X forwarding XDMCP-style or just specify the DISPLAY to be on your desktop X server directly and launch apps on a client-side X11 server like Xming. The latter is what ...


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The issue is that the configuration has to be adapted. Either add the user you want to use to the standard tsusers group (which you might have to create first), as defined in /etc/xrdp/sesman.ini, or uncomment the lines in sesman.ini where the group requirements are defined. Also take care about the keymap/keyset: it has a fallback to the US keymap so ...



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