Customizing tsweb page

Posted on 2006-03-21
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
How do I customize the tsweb page so that the terminal server is already populated in the server box and the send logon information is checked?  I also want to specify the domain.
Question by:aaltoj
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    It is a simple plain vanilla HTML form and simple JavaScript to interact with the RDP ActiveX Control.

    Check out this sample code for "AUTO CONNECTING to TERMINAL SERVER":

    (Similarly you can customize the same for HTML. Only thing is that you preserve the <OBJECT id=""> and the JavaScript which interacts with the same.)


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