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Need to edit MSTSCAX.dll

Hi

I need some help editing the RDP MSTSCAX.dll file. I need to find the location in the dll file for RDP Client Build no 3790. I want to change the build version number to my own number for use in my LAN for more secure Terminal Server Access.

For example, the Build number for a Windows XP PC is 2600. The location in the dll file is 45c30, columns 5 & 6.

Looking for the location of 3790 so i can change in a hex editor.

Hope that's enough info. If looking for more info, see http://www.msterminalservices.org/articles/Customizing-Microsoft-RDP-Client-Part2.html 

Thanks
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Cláudio RodriguesCommented:
Here you have all the information for all the versions available up to  3790.
http://terminal.servebeer.com/php/change_client_build.php

Claudio Rodrigues

Microsoft MVP
Windows Server - Terminal Services
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cuadminAuthor Commented:
Hi

I've had a look at that site previously. My problem is finding the exact location of the 3790 build in the .dll file.

Thanks
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Cláudio RodriguesCommented:
Have you tried using the tool they used on the site? If you use that tool you should have no problem at all finding the location.

Claudio Rodrigues

Microsoft MVP
Windows Server - Terminal Services
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cuadminAuthor Commented:
The demo version does not support opening a .dll file of that size. I was hoping to use a freeware to find the location but am not an expert in this area.

I have paid for and ordered a key for the full version so i will see how i go, but i may have to wait 48 hours for the key to arrive.
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cuadminAuthor Commented:
Thankyou. I have got the key and used the program. Although not totally what i was after, i can get around it another way.
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