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Jul
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comment Is RDP on Windows Server a viable solution for multiple concurrent access to one app?
@JimB yes I understand. This app does. We need to move some .ini files in each user folder for instance, if we were to use it with Citrix. That kind of detail is handled apparently. Thank you for the heads up!
Jul
16
comment Is RDP on Windows Server a viable solution for multiple concurrent access to one app?
@JimB My app is officially supporting terminal services. Is it what you mean? Or other things such as database concurrency access etc,?
Jul
16
comment Is RDP on Windows Server a viable solution for multiple concurrent access to one app?
@ByronC. Thanks, it sounds promising! I suppose it's the same licensing model as RDS + CAL?
Jul
16
accepted Is RDP on Windows Server a viable solution for multiple concurrent access to one app?
Jul
16
comment Is RDP on Windows Server a viable solution for multiple concurrent access to one app?
thanks. Can I just install the RDS role on the server and be good to go? I have confirmation that my application is fully supporting terminal services. I mean, after purchasing the licenses.
Jul
16
comment Is RDP on Windows Server a viable solution for multiple concurrent access to one app?
@ToddWilcox What do you mean deployment? Can't we just install the app, and assume any user could execute it?
Jul
16
comment Is RDP on Windows Server a viable solution for multiple concurrent access to one app?
@NathanC what about what this link is talking about? vladan.fr/multiple-rdp-sessions-on-windows Wouldn't it work for any windows 2012 server?
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comment max-age=0 sent by browsers despite headers modified everywhere
You are right. Pasting the url from another page displays (from cache) in the chrome console... You know, I had read something about that. A guy suggested to just press enter in the url instead of pressing f5, to prevent that behavior, but it didn't work for me so I had left that aside. But this time I just tried to browse "normally" and it worked.
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May
12
comment How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
thanks for your input
May
12
comment How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
Yes, this is indeed more logical to proceed so even though the other answer was correct too.
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