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serial ports on mstsc

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Hello,
I need a help. I try to connect via mstsc to a windows XP pro. Everything is fine, BUT, I checked to use the serial ports I've in local.. How can I define that effectively has been transferred to the remote pc?

thank you very much

Nick
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thank you,
but there is a way to verify that the serial ports effectively are redirected?

thank you

Nick
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Do they work from your Terminal session?  Are they in Device Manager in the session?

If so, they are redirecting properly.

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Glad I could help out.

Thank you.
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