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Yes. Windows Server comes with a role called "Remote Desktop Gateway," or RD Gateway, formerly known as Terminal Services Gateway. It essentially behaves exactly as you've described, though I'd personally be hesitant to use the word 'conceal.' It is just an RPC/HTTP(S) proxy. In past deployments, I would often make the default web page say what this service ...


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I'm not sure if it's different on an Azure VM, but you don't technically need RDP Gateway services to use TLS (SSL) with RDP. The native RDP service will run over TLS just fine all by itself as long as you configure it that way. And if the question is more along the lines of connecting on port 443, you can just change the listening port from 3389 to 443. ...


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Yes, you specify your RD Gateway in the MSTSC client. And set the Computer name as the name of the gateway server. AS long as your RD gateway policies allow it you will connect to the RD Gateway server. Yes you can disable the UDP transport. This is used as part of the multimedia and other enhancements in RD 2012. Rest assured though that the UDP traffic ...


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Yes you can, you just need to install vnc4server, tightvnc or realvnc. I use windows 7 on my desktop with tightvnc viewer as well as my windows 8 laptop.


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You can use prebuilt Xpra application: https://www.xpra.org/dists/osx/x86/Xpra.dmg It is mentioned on the main page: https://www.xpra.org To launch client from the command line you can use wrapper shell script: #!/bin/bash cd /Applications/Xpra.app/Contents/MacOS/ ./Xpra "$@"


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I might be misreading something so please correct me. Did you say that in order to login with account#1 you have to change the password for account#2 to login with acct#1? What? Or did you mean to say when you logout of acct#1 you have to change the pass for acct#1 to login again with acct#1? If the latter then have you checked for group policy password ...


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We had an issue where no one could log on as the limit was reached, so we used Remote Desktop Services Manager. That allowed us to see who was RDP in and disconnect the user who forgot to log off.


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You can try this, I use this with my AWS EC2 instances. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/connect-to-another-computer-using-remote-desktop-web-connection "You can use Remote Desktop Web Connection to connect to a remote computer over the Internet. To do this, the remote computer must be running Windows Server 2008, and Terminal Services Web ...


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Working on Windows 8.1 and the new Remote Desktop Connection Manager v2.7 still has this same issue. A workaround is not to use copy paste, but drag the files to the new location while copying files in your remote desktop. Maybe Windows 10 is the answer.


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I had this exact same problem. After I deleted a Group Policy printers kept coming back all over the place. The only solution for me was: Downloading PSTools Running CMD as administrator Run the command psexec -i -s c:\windows\regedit.exe (make sure you don't have regedit open already, otherwise it gives an error) Delete all keys under ...


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If that's Windows RDP see https://superuser.com/questions/491925/windows-8-shortcut-keys-via-rdp for where you can choose to redirect the windows key.


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A UCC cert is more of a marketing term than a technically different type of certificate. A UCC cert is really just a regular X509 certificate with a bunch of SANs (subject alternative names) on it. As such, you can easily mimic the functionality of such a cert with your own internal certification authority. If you own the CA, you can have it issue ...


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The problem was YP bind. it still thought that it should get the OD accounts from the old ip, so that was why it couldn't find them. I deleted the file accociated with the domain in /var/yp/binding/ and restarted the system. The machine is now acting normal to ssh and logging in from gui.



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