László Zsigmond | 2 Jul 14:50 2015
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vncpasswd

Hello,

In every xrdp/vncserver tutorial it is indicated to use the command `vncpasswd` after creating a new user but I see that it is enough if I set the user into the tsusers group and set an entry for it in the `/etc/sysconfig/vncserver` file. When I login through the RDP client with the user's password it lets me in, seems to be working without any problems.

I'm building a system of scripts which creates users with RDP access, I would love to skip dealing one more time with the user's password if it is stable this way as well. I hope it's not a bug but the default behavior of vncserver and not a bug that will be "fixed" in a future release. What are your thoughts on skipping the `vncpasswd`command?


Running on a Centos 6.4 I use the following packages:

    tigervnc-server-1.1.0-8.el6_5.i686
    tigervnc-server-module-1.1.0-8.el6_5.i686
    xrdp-0.5.0-0.13.el6.i686


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Koichiro IWAO | 18 Jun 08:49 2015
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Popularity research for non-Linux xrdp user

Hi,

Which operating system are you using for xrdp? Paticularly non-Linux.

I've been contributed to xrdp in order to run xrdp on non-Linux
operating systems especially FreeBSD.  I'm also a heavy user of
xrdp on FreeBSD.  The motivation of porting xrdp to FreeBSD is that
I am a user.  Unfortunately, I have no interest in porting other
BSDs or OS X because I don't run xrdp on them.

For this reason, I want to know many people want to use xrdp on
OpenBSD, NetBSD, or OS X and other OS. If many, I'll spare time
for them, too, within the possible range.

PS
I can do nothing for Solaris as I'm not familiar with Solaris. :-(
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Christopher Jacoby | 18 Jun 03:09 2015
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Vnc display zero?

Hello.

Thanks in advance for your help.

I have a very old industrial control system that requires remote x11 users to be using display zero, and only zero. We're in the process of upgrading to a newer version of the application that doesn't have this problem, but that is a years-long effort.

Is there any way to get xrdp to start the vnc session as display zero? I have played around with setting the offset to zero, which does not seem to work. I know that I can set display to zero with native Xvnc, but I have a genuine need to run it behind rdp (lengthy regulatory compliance reasons).

Thoughts?

Thank you,
Chris Jacoby

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Hammons, Ben | 10 Jun 21:43 2015

Add users while RDP'ing?

Is there a way to enable the ability to let the person using RDP to add users when using xdrp?

 

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Roy Williams | 10 Jun 13:51 2015
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Regarding Xrdp's built in Xorg

Hello Everyone,

Is there any effort or planned effort to update the Xorg server that currently ships with Xrdp? I was wondering what would be the required effort to modify the latest or even a later version of Xorg to leverage Xrdp similar to how it's implemented for the /opt... Xorg tree? Can the X11 rdp drivers be used in that configuration?

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Peter Konzeck | 4 Jun 08:17 2015
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THXs and a question

Hello,

first let me say a big thank you for your work. I use xrdp at school and
it works fine on Xubuntu 14.04 LTS.

There is one thing I do not get to work: I want to see the actual
desktop when I log in. What I get is always a clean, new dektop. Is
there a command that makes this trick?

THX for your time and help.

Peter

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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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