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How to use RDP Protocol to record access to Terminal server

Dear Team,

I have used RDP Protocol for recording access to a Remote Desktop using "mstsc" command, however in the new environment that has been provided, it requires the user to use a ".rdp" file which accesses a TS Broker which in turn connects and provides access to one of the Terminal servers from a Terminal Server farm.

Has anybody had experience with this kind of a setup, where the recording has to be done using the ".rdp" file used to connect to Terminal servers and if yes, is there any specific approach to follow.

Thanks in advance for the help.

Regards,
Suresh.

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Re: How to use RDP Protocol to record access to Terminal server

Hi

I found this in the documentation.

perhaps it can help in getting you started.

Good Luck,

Lior

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Re: How to use RDP Protocol to record access to Terminal server

Thanks for the Reply.

We have tried that, however with the ".rdp" file it does not record any activity performed on the Terminal server.

 

Regards,

Suresh.

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Re: How to use RDP Protocol to record access to Terminal server

Hi Suresh,

Which os of the client are you using? we have limitation of win10 and win server 2016 with connection to rdp server.

If you are using these os, you could try to set ssl setting in server machine as this doc.

If not, could please provide us more infomation (lr version, CodeGen log...)

Thanks,

Maggie

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Re: How to use RDP Protocol to record access to Terminal server

LoadRunner cant seem to record anything when you launch from a rdp file using "Use custom connection file". It works fine if you use the default option "Run RDP client application". It would be great if you guys can provide a resolution to this. Thanks!

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