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Hey everyone, quick and easy question

I'm looking for an alternate to the integrated virtual server client.  I've seen it used while at a seminar with MS but have lost the paper with the name of the application.

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Are you talking about LeoStream's VM Controller?
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Or VMRC?
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I believe it was a free one.  From what I can remember it was free and it slightly resembed remote access look.

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I think it might have been VRMC - that tool is very much like RDP.  This should be installed with Virtual Server already.



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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 750 total points
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You can use Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP or more commonly known as Terminal Server Client) within the Virtual Server 2005 environment to connect to any machine that's running.  This is especially useful if you want to really connect remotely because the integrated Virtual Server client doesn't do very well with mouse movements over a remote connection.  If you want to connect to different machines, you will need to configure the Terminal Services manager.  

Altermatively, you can use my favorite tool, the Remote Desktop Management Console (listed in Administrator Tools - or as "%systemroot%\system32\tsmmc.msc /s".  From there you can open multiple desktops and switch between them quite easily.  If connecting remotely, you use Terminal Server to connect to your HOST system and open RDMC from there.

Good Luck!  Virtual Server 2005 Rocks!

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