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Your name or email address: Altering the link to that local file breaks that invisible GUID connection in the link and treats it as a regular link to a network share and the link then works between logins. Is there any explanation as to why this might be coming up? This entry was posted on Tuesday, October 16th, at 7: David Coster David Coster 3.

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There is, however, a little trick that you can use to try to limit the scope of RDP drive mappings.

Is there any documentation about what a rogue process on the RDP server could do to the client through the mapped local drives? Good catch — completely slipped my mind. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Unfortunately, I do not know of a way to fix this, but I can illuminate why it doesn’t work.

I’m gonna reboot the PC and see if it remains there, it’s been stuck in there a few days now, I haven’t restarted tho. I’m able to navigate to that directory manually, but the already created shortcut simply does not work anymore, and I’ll need to recreate it each time I log in.


RDP tsclient shared drive shortcuts Ask Question. Does anyone know how to limit the access to drive redirection to certain users, i.

Must have got rid of the hidden GUID mentioned in other posts.

I found a solution to this here. We have a terminal server with about 6 substed drives and the xp pro clients have network mappings to the same 6 drives. Sign up using Email and Password. Your name or email address: October 16, at 7: October 16, at This always works without issue.

Why is there a strange tsclient showing up in my network places?

Why is there a strange tsclient showing up in my network places?

Although this capability is convenient, in its present form it is limited to just mapping entire drive letters; there does not appear to be a way to limit the scope of the filesystem that is redirected to a remote system to anything less than an entire drive letter. There’s no feedback, no ‘folder can’t be found, do you want to delete disablw shortcut? Well as you can see, it appears to be coming up as another host on the network: Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.


My initial suspicion is that perhaps some fruit cake is trying diwable rdp into my network or something? Email Required, but never shown. Post as a guest Name. You can leave a responseor trackback from your own site.

NSW, In a house. Setting discretionary rights for large databases of users is somewhat complex especially where resources have to be made centralized.

How to disable ts client logon

Ahhh ok, that makes sense, cheers primus. How do I add this ability? Is there any explanation as to why this might be coming up? Share This Page Tweet. The only useful info I could find via Google was this thread, with the solution being to run a script upon login to recreate the shortcut. Well thats the sharing side of RDP anyways tsclient is also used for more im pretty sure but that will put it into prospective for you. July 30, at Then I edited the properties on the shortcut and removed the quotes from the “Target” property.

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