Menu path: Sessions > RDP > RDP Sessions > [Session Name] > Server

In this area, you can change the information regarding the server connection.

Choose between Server and RemoteApps mode.


Server: Name or IP address of the server.

RDP port: The RDP TCP/IP port which is used for the connection. (Default: 3389)

Collection: The name of the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) collection to connect to.

Instead of the collection name, it is also possible to specify under Collection the token that directs the RDP client to a specific RDS collection. The token format is tsv://MS Terminal Services Plugin.1.RDS collection name. For more information, see What Is the String for Token-Based Load Balancing?.

Application: Start application for the terminal server session.

Command line parameter for the executed program: Command line parameter with which you would like to call up your own application in the RemoteAPP mode.

Changeable server URL on local login

☑ The server can be entered freely when the user logs in locally. Local login must be enabled in order to do this.

☐ The terminal server’s login window will be shown. When using local login, the device’s login window will be shown. (Default)

If the Passthrough Authentication option is enabled, the session with the local login data for the terminal user, e.g. from the domain login, is used. However, this setting will be overridden by the Local Login global parameter. You should not therefore use both options at the same time.

Enable RemoteApp Mode

Like the published applications of a Citrix server, MS Windows Server 2008 offers the option of passing on RemoteApps to the device.

Detailed instructions regarding server configuration can also be found on the Microsoft website: TS RemoteApp Step-by-Step Guide.

On the client side, only a few parameters need to be configured after enabling the RemoteApp mode.

Please note that the name of the application to be launched must be preceded by two pipe characters (||), e.g. ||Excel.