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Old 10-05-2012, 09:38 PM   #1
lord loh.
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Question Local / remote session identifier

I would like to write a startup script that would perform it's task if it was run on the local machine, but not if it was called from a remote xrdp session.

If Local
 do something
If remote
 do something else
How would I identify if the session is locally started or remotely started?


local, remote session, vncserver

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