terminal server mapping com-ports

I would like to get some connected ts-clients to have their machines com-port mapped into the ts-session.
How do I do it?

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kappnetAsked:
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Jay_Jay70Connect With a Mentor Commented:
yep, and then make sure its set to redirect from the client
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
look into the properties of the rdp client itself, it will allow you to map most things through, especially version 6
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kappnetAuthor Commented:
OK, but to make them accesible in the ts-session do I have to map them in som logon script?
What commands do I use?

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Jay_Jay70Commented:
you dont usually have to map, they are redirected automatically.....thats the idea of the redirection..

if this doesnt work, then you will need a logon script that maps a certain port back to the port on your local machine using net use commands
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kappnetAuthor Commented:
So to use any equipment on the local com port in the ts session I just set my equipment to use com1?
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kappnetAuthor Commented:
Great! Thanks! I will test it today ;-)
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