The Run command for Windows Remote desktop application is
MSRDPCLI.EXE: Test Results. Old test results. The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine.
Just open Run from start menu and type mstsc in the text box next to open and press enter.
mstsc can be used from command line too.
A system running Windows 7/Windows 10 allows only one remote desktop connection at a time, means only one remote user can work on it any time. A computer running Windows server edition can support remote sessions for multiple users at the same time.
Every time we connect to the server it opens a new user session. To avoid this we can open a connection to the console. This allows us to login back to the same user session if we already have one. To do this we need to add
/console switch to the
- Winxp and win2000 have built-in client s/w for terminal service.for win 98/95 you can download the client s/w from microsoft website.OR from win2003 server cdrom (filename is 'msrdpcli.exe').its only one step installation.
- Chimericalbrio wrote:I've set up UltraVNC on my home computer, which connects to the internet via a router.I set up the router to forward ports 5800 and 5900 to the computer with the UltraVNC server on it, yada yada yada. My only problem is that I cannot hear sound on the computer running the Viewer.
- I downloaded MSRDPCLI.EXE from Microsoft which is supposed to add it to XP. I ran the program but it said that RDC was installed. I go to Start Programs Accessories Communications and Remote Desktop Connection is not there.
This command can be run from command prompt or from Run window.
Run command for opening remote desktop session in full screen mode
/f switch to the command.
Run command for specifying the remote computer name from the command itself
/v switch in this case.
Run command to specify remote desktop connection settings using a rdp file
A RDP file can be created using the ‘Save As‘ button in the General tab in mstsc(Remote desktop connection client) window.
These commands work on XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Server 2003/2008 operating systems.
Run command for Remote desktop manager
There is no Run command for opening remote desktop connection manager directly. It is usually installed in the path
C:Program FilesRemote Desktop Connection ManagerRDCman.exe. By specifying this complete path we can launch connection manager.
|If you have Microsoft Windows 2000, you can use Remote Desktop Connection|
Download the file for the remote machine
Remote Desktop Connection Software Download
This software package will install the client portion of Remote Desktop on any of the following operating systems: Windows 95, Windows 98 and 98 Second Edition, Windows Me, Windows NT® 4.0, or Windows 2000. When run, this software allows older Windows platforms to remotely connect to a computer running Windows XP Professional with Remote Desktop enabled.
msrdpcli.exe from Microsoft
or download from CIC
3.4 MB file
16 min @ 28.8 Kbps
You can Open it directly to install
Click Next until finished
You will find it installed under Start, Programs, Accessories, Communications
With Ctrl+Left Mouse button, you can copy it to the Desktop
Enter your server's IP address
Remote Desktop Connection Software Download
|This software package will install the client portion of Remote Desktop on any of the following operating systems: Windows 95, Windows 98 and 98 Second Edition, Windows Me, Windows NT® 4.0, or Windows 2000. (This is the same verion of the client software as in Windows XP Service Pack 1.) When run, this software allows older Windows platforms to remotely connect to a computer running Windows XP Professional with Remote Desktop enabled.|
This package provides flexible deployment options of the full Terminal Services Client, including auto–repair through Windows Installer technology and application publishing via IntelliMirror™ management technologies or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS).
Note The Remote Desktop Connection software is pre-installed with Windows XP. To run it, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click Communications, and then click Remote Desktop Connection. This software package can also be found on the Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition product CDs and can be installed on any supported Windows platform. To install from the CD, insert the disc into the target machine's CD-ROM drive, select Perform Additional Tasks, and then click Install Remote Desktop Connection.
How to Use Remote Desktop Connection
Here are some tips and more information:
Terminal Services Manager