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Centos Missing Terminal Services Client

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Hello.

I am missing Terminal Services Client from "applications-->internet"

Any idea how I can install the client / and / or launch it??

Thanks!
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Question by:jkockler
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by:Michael W
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Which 'Terminal Services' client are you looking for?

Under Linux platforms, the only one supported is VNC Viewer and it's usually found under 'Applications --> Accessories'.
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try "yum install rdesktop" as root
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by:jkockler
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I am looking for the client as seen here:

http://www.centos.org/docs/4/html/rhd-dg-en-4/s1-ddg-remote-desktop-tsclient.html

it allows for connection to a variety of host servers, Windows Terminal Servers, RDP, etc... I had it in Ubuntu, and it looked just like what is at the link above.  I already have VNC installed but that is not what I am looking for. Thanks!
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Okay, I downloaded rdesktop, samdart.... Now how do I launch the interface?  I see the command line is rdesktop.
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Do 'yum install tsclient' instead

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Bango!
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