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Tool for launching RDP session?

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Has anyone here ever found a way to configure a tool that could launch an RDP (mstsc.exe) session from your local machine to the event Node? Is that at all feasible?

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Re: Tool for launching RDP session?

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The idea to implement what you want is to use an RDP URL link and register a URL handler for RDP protocol on Windows OS level, so the browser recognizes the new protocol to launch RDP. You can find this link useful: https://gist.github.com/jeremyrsellars/364ea48ea067505037ef

After that you just define a regular URL launch tool in OMi like “rdp://<server FQDN>” (of course the <server FQDN> can be set via CI/Event attributes as usual in the URL Launch Tool).

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Re: Tool for launching RDP session?

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The idea to implement what you want is to use an RDP URL link and register a URL handler for RDP protocol on Windows OS level, so the browser recognizes the new protocol to launch RDP. You can find this link useful: https://gist.github.com/jeremyrsellars/364ea48ea067505037ef

After that you just define a regular URL launch tool in OMi like “rdp://<server FQDN>” (of course the <server FQDN> can be set via CI/Event attributes as usual in the URL Launch Tool).

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