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rdesktop

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NAME
rdesktop - Remote Desktop Protocol client

SYNOPSIS
rdesktop [options] server[:port]

DESCRIPTION
rdesktop is a client for Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), used in a number of Microsoft products including Windows NT Terminal Server, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server.

OPTIONS
-u Username forauthentication on the server. -d Domain for authentication. -s Startup shell for the instead of Explorer.

user

-

starts a specific application

-c The initial working directory for the user. Often used in bination with -s to set up a fixed login environment.

com-

-p The password to authenticate with. Note that this may have no effect if "Always prompt for password" is enabled on theserver. WARNING: if you specify a password on the command line it may be
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visible to other users when they use tools like ps. Use -p - to make rdesktop request a password at startup (from standard input). -n Client hostname. Normally rdesktop hostname of the client.

automatically

obtains

the

-k Keyboard layout toemulate. This requires a corresponding keymap file to be installed. The standard keymaps provided with rdesktop follow the RFC1766 naming scheme: a language code followed by a country code if necessary - e.g. en-us, en-gb, de, fr, sv, etc. The default is en-us (a US keyboard). -g Desktop geometry (WxH). If geometry is the special word "workarea", the geometry will be fetched from the extended windowmanager hints property _NET_WORKAREA, from the root window. The geometry can also be specified as a percentage of the whole screen, e.g. "-g 80%". -f Enable fullscreen mode. This overrides the window manager and causes the rdesktop window to fully cover the current screen. Fullscreen mode can be toggled at any time using Ctrl-Alt-Enter. Force the server to send screen updates as bitmaps usinghigher-level drawing operations. Use the BackingStore one in rdesktop. rather than

-b

-B

of the Xserver instead of the integrated

-e

Disable encryption. This option is only needed (and work) if you have a French version of NT TSE.

will

only

-E

Disable encryption from client to server. This sends an encrypted login packet, but everything after this is unencrypted (includinginteractive logins). Do not send mouse motion events. This saves bandwidth, although some Windows applications may rely on receiving mouse motion. Use private colourmap. This will improve colour accuracy on an 8-bit display, but rdesktop will appear in false colour when not focused. Hide window manager decorations, by using MWM hints. Do not override window manager key bindings. By default rdesktopattempts to grab all keyboard input when it is in focus.

-m

-C

-D -K

-S Enable single application mode. This option can be used when running a single, maximized application (via -s). When the minimize button of the windows application is pressed, the rdesktop window is minimized instead of the remote application. The maximize/restore button is disabled. For this to work, you mustlinuxcommand.org/…/rdesktop1.html 2/4

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specify the correct button size, in "standard" means 18 pixels. -T Sets the window title. -N

pixels.

The

special

word

Enable numlock syncronization between the Xserver and the remote RDP session. This is useful with applications that looks at the numlock state, but might cause problems with some Xservers like Xvnc.-X Embed rdesktop-window in expected to be decimal.

another

window.

The

windowid

is

-a Sets the colour depth for the connection (8, 15, 16 or 24). More than 8 bpp are only supported when connecting to Windows XP (up to 16 bpp) or newer. Note that the colour depth may also be limited by the server configuration. -z Enable compression of the RDP datastream. works for a colour...
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