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Old 04-02-2009, 12:08 AM   #1
PerfectReign
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RDP Browser Client?


My work has recently implemented a new browser-based Juniper VPN solution. I have an RSA SecureID token and can access my corporate network via the cisco vpn client for linux or now through the Juniper browser connection.

When connected via the cisco vpn client - or when under VirtualBox/VMWare using vista - I can launch Outlook (either native or using crossover office) and use KRDP to connect to my office workstations.

One the new Juniper browser-based VPN, I can connect, access Outlook Web Access but cannot run the RDP. I tried it in IE6 using Crossover Office but that loads a page which then dies.

Is there an RDP plugin for Firefox or Konqueror or Opera that will run on Linux to connect to a Windows-based workstation?
 
  


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