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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 

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Cláudio Rodrigues earned 400 total points
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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

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Windows Server - Terminal Services
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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.

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by:Cláudio Rodrigues
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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

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Windows Server - Terminal Services
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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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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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