A. James Lewis | 15 May 18:42 2015
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reconnecting vs new session.

Hi all,

Sorry to jump directly in with a question, but I think this is a rather
mis-understood issue in many of the threads that google has been finding
me...

When logging in with the default "sesman-Xvnc" type session, with the
port set to "-1", it will spawn a new Xvnc server for each session, but
if the user is disconnected then logging back in appears to often create
a new Xvnc session rather than reconnect to a new one.

If I specify a static port, then it will not spawn a server on that port
if one does not exist..

Ideally, I want each user to have 1 session at most and only ever
reconnect to that session if disconnected.... is this possible with xrdp?

James

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A. James Lewis | 15 May 19:47 2015
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reconnecting vs new session.

Hi all,

Sorry to jump directly in with a question, but I think this is a rather
mis-understood issue in many of the threads that google has been finding
me...

When logging in with the default "sesman-Xvnc" type session, with the
port set to "-1", it will spawn a new Xvnc server for each session, but
if the user is disconnected then logging back in appears to often create
a new Xvnc session rather than reconnect to a new one.

If I specify a static port, then it will not spawn a server on that port
if one does not exist..

Ideally, I want each user to have 1 session at most and only ever
reconnect to that session if disconnected.... is this possible with xrdp?

James

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Kai Wetlesen | 5 May 22:03 2015
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Compatibility with RDP terminal devices

Hi,

Has this server stack been tested with an RDP-compatible terminal? I’m thinking of deploying something
like this with a set of cheap Wyse Winterm sort of devices.

Thanks,
Kai
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Alan Messias | 5 May 19:23 2015
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XRDP countdown versions?

Hi all,

I was searching for the lastest XRDP version [1] but the newest is older than the older one! Did I missunderstand something?



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bhnguyen | 2 May 00:41 2015

Re: How to enable Network Level Authentication in xrdp

Hi, I was wondering if network level authentication is still not available
yet for xrdp?  It doesn't look like version 1.0 is out yet but I just wanted
to check.  Thanks!

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marcos | 28 Apr 15:57 2015
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XRDP + recording vnc session

I am using XRDP and works fine. As a administrator "root" I would like to
record vnc sessions of my users.

XRDP prompted for credentials and then run the script startwm.sh with the
privileges of the user.

So everytime a new user is connected create a Xvnc . In the moment that
happens I would like to run a vnc session recorder running with root
privileges . How would you do that? 

Any idea? 

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marcos barcelona | 28 Apr 16:08 2015
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XRDP + recording vnc session

I am using XRDP and works fine. As a administrator "root" I would like to record vnc sessions of my users. 

XRDP prompted for credentials and then run the script startwm.sh with the privileges of the user. 

So everytime a new user is connected create a Xvnc . In the moment that happens I would like to run a vnc session recorder running with root privileges . How would you do that? 

Any idea? 
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ted | 22 Apr 19:27 2015

Are there session sharing capabilities for XRDP?

Hello there,

Does session sharing (similar to VNC where two or more users may connect 
and see the same endpoint in real-time) exist for XRDP?

Possibly something like one read write connection to some endpoint, 
while further connections to the endpoint are read only but shared.

Thanks,

Shisong (Ted) Tang

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srini8080 | 22 Apr 13:26 2015
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xrdp with Neutrinordp not working on centos 6.6


Everything compiled fine. 

xrdp with --enable-neutrinordp and --enable-fuse.

Neutrinordp with -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug -DWITH_SSE2=ON -DWITH_SERVER=ON

I had to manually add -lfreerdp-utils and -lfreerdp-codec. Compiled with
DEBUG

I am running a client from windows 7. Chose neutrinordp-any. The connection
just closes.

here what I get with xrdp-sesman -ns

xrdp_wm_login_mode_changed: login_mode is 2
mod_init:
  FreeRDP version major 1 minor 2 revision 1
mod_init: mod 0x10babd0
loaded module 'libxrdpneutrinordp.so' ok, interface size 408376, version 2
lxrdp_start: w 1280 h 768 bpp 24

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Brian Kay | 9 Apr 20:24 2015

FW: [CASE:117991] [117991] Software: Client: Feature Request

Hello,

 

Can you assist? Why would I receive the following view when connecting from my PC (Windows 7 64 bit) to an Linux Ubuntu 10.04 system?

 

Thank you,

 

Brian Kay | Loss Prevention Systems Specialist | New Balance | 190 Merrimack St. Lawrence, MA 01843 | Office 978.242.8541 | Cell 617.680.0860 | Fax 617.746.6914

 

From: Brian Kay
Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2015 2:08 PM
To: 'Exacq Technical Support'
Subject: RE: [CASE:117991] [117991] Software: Client: Feature Request

 

 

Brian Kay | Loss Prevention Systems Specialist | New Balance | 190 Merrimack St. Lawrence, MA 01843 | Office 978.242.8541 | Cell 617.680.0860 | Fax 617.746.6914

 

From: Brian Kay
Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2015 2:01 PM
To: 'Exacq Technical Support'
Subject: RE: [CASE:117991] [117991] Software: Client: Feature Request

 

Isaac,

 

Was able to get to this point but cannot connect… log in fails with Admin/admin256

 

 

Brian Kay | Loss Prevention Systems Specialist | New Balance | 190 Merrimack St. Lawrence, MA 01843 | Office 978.242.8541 | Cell 617.680.0860 | Fax 617.746.6914

 

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Subject: [CASE:117991] [117991] Software: Client: Feature Request

 

Brian,

 

To access the machine using your local Microsoft RDP, install xrdp with:

 

sudo apt-get install xrdp

 

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lichanghua | 2 Apr 16:26 2015
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About the display resolution

Dear all,

         I intalled the XRDP in my fedora 21 system of cloud computer, I can login my remote desktop, but it is only part of desktop, the geometry paramter doesn't change the resolution of desktop, it only means the percentage of desktop. why? who can help me.

 

         thank you very much!

 

Best,

Jack

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