Menu path: Setup > Sessions > RDP > RDP Sessions
You can set up your own RDP sessions here.
The following configuration pages offer you detailed setup options for the RDP session:
Server and logon
Allows you to specify a server and a start application for the terminal server session. The necessary logon information is configured here. Otherwise, the terminal server logon window for entering the user and the password will be displayed.
Allows you to enable gateway support. Logon data for RD Gateway may also be specified here.
Allows you to specify the size of the session window and the color mode. The local taskbar can be configured so that it remains visible during a full-screen session.
Allows you to specify the keyboard layout, scan codes and the direct connection between keyboard input and the Windows Server.
Allows you to specify the audio output device (local/remote) and determine how key strokes and clipboard content are handled. The mapping of serial connections and local drives can be enabled for a session.
You can make connected mass storage devices available to the user using the appropriate mapping: Select Enable, choose the drive letter and the device to be mapped.
Allows you to disable non-essential graphical functions such as skin styles, window animation etc. This is useful in the event of performance problems.
Allows you to specify the start application and the work directory for use during the session (how authentication errors are handled during the logon procedure). If, when connecting to the server, a terminal server gateway is to be used, you can configure the relevant settings here (
Allows you to specify native USB redirection
Allows you to specify video redirection.