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Can I have clients connect to our terminal server using remote desktop web connection with a browser other than Internet Explorer.  I have some avid Firefox and Safari users.  Do I have to tell them they have to use IE to connect?
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I am pretty sure that you have to use IE for this... There's an addon for Firefox called IE-tab which emulates an Internet Explorer session - that should work, but I haven't tried it myself.
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TS requires an Activex client which is proprietary to Microsoft and will run only on the WIndows version of IE.
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I was afraid that was the answer, but figured if anyone knew of another option it would be the "experts".  Thanks for a quick response.
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