Show RDP connections

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    Oliver Mitchell

    you can view connected clients by right clicking the icon for jump desktop, and disconnect them if needed

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    Jaimports

    what's that have to do with RDP sessions?

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    Oliver Mitchell (Edited )

    My bad, use terminal services manger??

    if its window not a server you will only see one RDP connection and you can see whos connected on the login screen, unless you have altered it anyways,

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    Jaimports

    Sorry you have completely misinterpreted my request, maybe I wasn't clear enough.

    This has nothing to do with viewing RDP sessions from the Server people are connecting to, etc.  This is in regards to the Jump Desktop Windows Application.  Previously it would allow you to connect to RDP connections you had available from using their windows setup application.  The latest version now only shows Fluid connections.  So I am requesting to have those RDP sessions available again and also allow manual entry as well (this 2nd part more for convenience to keep the list of connections in one place).

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    Oliver Mitchell (Edited )

    ooh sorry, I get you now, I think on the beta release i had on the Win Datacenter server you could change how the client connected but but fluiddesktop seems to be most used on this. But I don't think it has what your looking for, but by all means try this?

    https://jumpdesktop.com/downloads/connect/JumpDesktopConnect-5.0.73.0.exe

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