On suggestion I'm turning the comment into an answer.
As it sounds that you need some sort of keep-alive signal, there is one available for RDP connections but it is turned off by default. The setting which you're looking for is:
Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Admin Templates -> Windows Components -> Remote Desktop Services -> Remote ...
After almost a year, I finally figured out a working solution for disabling TLS 1.0/1.1 without breaking RDP and Remote Desktop Services connectivity.
Run IISCrypto and disable TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and all bad ciphers.
On the Remote Desktop Services server running the gateway role, open the Local Security Policy and navigate to Security Options - System ...
Remote Desktop Services is still used to deliver RemoteApps. You must have the requisite CALs for RDS and you must properly configure it for RemoteApp to function. RDS isn't just for virtual desktops.
I recommend reading through the RemoteApp documentation before proceeding.
This PowerShell worked: tell the Session Collection to add a alternate address for Session Host connections. This is also what you would do for a Session Host farm with round robin.
Once I ran this, launching apps from RDWeb would give a single prompt that now matches the three settings without warnings:
Remote computer: remote....
Excel will install just fine, but you need to be aware of the licensing requirements. The upshot is that you need
a non-retail, non-OEM license of office for every computer that will be connecting to your terminal server and using the excel function.
A remote desktop CAL for every device (or every user) that will connect remotely
Please see the following ...
You mentioned running terminal programmes over SSH, while SSH is also capable of running whole applications on a remote machine and using the GUI locally using X Forwarding.
To set up you need to enable X Forwarding in your SSH Servers configuration, add the following to your /etc/ssh/sshd_config:
and restart the daemon. Once enabled you ...
There's no built-in way to do this as far as I know. But you could hypothetically write a little stub application or script that checks to see if the process is running in the context of that user already and exits if it is. If not, it launches the app as normal. You'd then point your RemoteApp shortcut to this stub instead of directly to the application.
I believe it's generally considered a bad idea because domain controllers are supposed to be the critical heart of your network that store all the keys to your kingdom. So they should be left alone, not mixed with other applications, and not logged into by non-admin users (or even admins on a regular basis) so there's less chance for that critical data to be ...
Is likely not appropriate for this service.
That corresponds to the setting "Bypass RD Gateway server for local addresses".
The third-party company should not be delivering RDP files with that setting enabled.
I'm fairly sure that there isn't a way of doing what you're asking for 'out of the box' but what I would consider:
If the software in question is yours then I would let the software monitor free space available.
If not then an overnight powershell script to e-mail those users who are close to their quota.
Unless you're saving a lot of data daily, for ...
I have finally "solved" this by automating the tsworkspace dialogs using an AutoITv3 script. I have populated the employeeID attributes with the users' RemoteApp usernames and made the script query this attribute, using it to pre-fill the security dialog for the RemoteApp web feed as well as the UsernameHint registry values for the RD client itself. So in ...
I have had great success in making scenarios like this work in VMWare ESXi, but just one experiment with Hyper-V. In that particular instance, I ended up with a very nice setup for client VMs with vGPUs working fine, but for Windows Server edition, I could not make it work. This is actually detailed by MS here. Quoting the document:
Note, RemoteFX vGPU ...
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 ...
Windows Server 2012 R2 comes with Hyper-V, it's own VMWare equivalent. Hyper-V includes App-V, Microsoft's answer to RemoteApp. For licensing, once upon a time you got 5 CALs included with the base server license. I'm not sure if they still do this, or if the number changes.
Whether you need to renew your CALs annually depends on your licensing model. Large ...
Short Answer: No.
RemoteApp utilizes the remote desktop protocol and actually runs a complete remote desktop session whenever a user opens RemoteApp it just hides the full desktop and provides a container that the application runs within. So technically by using RemoteApp you are using Remote Desktop.
If you truly want a virtualized or ...
Excel definitely installs on Server OSes, including 2008. No fooling the OS, or special licenses required.
The rub is you're doing this on a Terminal Services environment, which does require a key that forgoes the product activation. If you have a volume license agreement, the good news is that it should work. (Does for us.) Just make sure you're ...
I am pretty sure that you need a cert valid for both the internal and external namespace. If you have .local internally (yuck) then you may have a hard time acquiring a cert with .local in either the Subject or Subject Alternative Name fields. If you can't get a cert from a public provider for this, then an internal PKI setup is your only option here.
If you don't have a UC certificate you can use this powershell script to update the FQDN to match your external host name / certificate name:
Create a WMI filter that returns TRUE when run on any machine other than your Terminal Server:
SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystem WHERE NAME <> 'COMPUTER_NAME_HERE'
Create a GPO just for your file-copying logon script and apply the WMI filter to the GPO.
Replace the GPO's default Authenticated Users group in Security Filtering with the security group ...
You're looking for Group Policy Loopback Processing. This ensures that the User Settings of a policy applied to a computer is applied to the user account logging on, even if that policy does not directly apply to the user account in question.
Combine this with security filtering to ensure that only the members of the AD group that you want to get the ...
We are seeing something similar as well on RemoteApp 2012 servers.
If you drag the app to the primary monitor you see the full menu exploded on the alternate you see a scroll bar. If you only have one item, you can't see menu item without scrolling.
It depends on the application.
Any kind of graphic refresh has to be sent over the wire. Typing in a text editor requires a small amount of bandwidth, especially with bitmap caching enabled, as only a small portion of the screen is being updated. Playing a flash game over RDP is extremely bandwidth hungry. Scrolling PDF files with font smoothing in Adobe ...
I don't think there is any built-in way to do this with RemoteApp yet. There are 3rd party tools that can likely do this (AppSense, etC).
You could also look at launching the application via a script that checks if the process is running within the user context and, if not, launches the application (or kills the other process first before launching).
What do you want to enable ?
Remote powershell (like ssh but for windows)
or install remoteapp stack (remote desktop services and all the stuff) ?
To enable windows remote powershell on a server look this FAQ:
TechNet Magazine > Home > Tips > Windows PowerShell 2.0 > Tip: Enable and Use Remote Commands in Windows PowerShell
To add remote app ...
There are not out-of-the-box solutions for RemoteApp. Partially available with Citrix. You need to use 3rd party product plugin like Remote File Transfer.
If you are developer, the way to do it is to create a program running on the server, when user double click on a document file (PDF, Excel, Word), that program will transfer the file to client (local) ...
The error you're talking about does not necessarily mean it's Applocker.
Applocker can manage Universal Apps, it's called "Packaged app Rules" and you have to create at least the Default Rules in the "Packaged app Rules" node of your applocker policy.
You can take a look at the AppLocker logs too:
Altering the mouse polling rate from the mouse default value of 500 reports per second to the system default value of 125 reports per second solved my issue.
All of the three affected system had a gaming mouse attached (Logitec G400S) which uses a higher than usual mouse polling interval of 500 reports per second compared to the usual 125 reports per ...