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How to setup xrdp on Redhat?

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This is using Redhat Enterprise Linux server 6.7. However, we can't get the vnc server works. Now, my boss wants us to setup another remote access utility called xrdp on this server. Heard that this server is making use of the vnc server service to work. BTW, how to set it up to work?

Thanks in advance,
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Usually, redhat does not install graphical environment components. You might be required to install X11.org
Yum grouplist
search for Desktop environment
Use yum groupinstall "Desktop .." As an example it will install dependencies.


Here is a reference to fedora install, http://networkstatic.net/xrdp-an-easy-remote-desktop-setup-for-your-ubuntu-servers/
You may need to add fedora repos if yum search Xrdp is not found......
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By follow expert - Arnold's suggestion, managed to get xrdp works.
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