When I connect to a remote Windows 7 using as FROM a Windows 7 machine, I can copy paste files between machines. How can I enable that feature while using as FROM Ubuntu?
Thank you @betatester07 for this
+drives hint! My hints below:
- You can also use
/drive:name,mountpointdirective to provide only a given path to a remote client :-)
- You can put all parameters into a text file (i.e.
~/client.rdpwith each parameter into single line) to have your favorite configuration stored and quickly accessed:
/drive:stuff,/mnt/stuff /u:USER_NAME_HERE /v:CLIENT_IP_HERE /size:1080x1920 /f
Now you can now simply connect each time with:
Tested on FreeBSD :-)
As a plus side, I wrote a script for the business I work for. That has a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure based on windows. I wrote it to use on Debian based thin-clients(can probably be adapted for other distros with minor changes). It adds a small GUI wizard for your connection.
Supports most common options : Options:
- -u => Set Username
- -p => Set Password
- -d => Set Domain
- -h => Set Host
- -k => Enable Persist Mode which relaunches the prompt whenever you close your connection
- -l => Enable Drives Redirection
- -v => Enable Debug Mode Input commands sent are stored in log/rdp/
- -i => Install Script as Binary
- -r => Remove Installation
- -m => Enable Multi-Monitor
- -a => Set Alternate Port