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Old 09-11-2006, 12:25 PM   #1
JoDee
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SF Thinstation redirected com port baud rate


I have successfully setup SF Thinstations both RDP (Windows 2003 TS) and ICA . I have gauges connected to com1 on the clients ,working beautiful with ICA ,but not with rdesktop. Hyper terminal works over rdp so I know -r comport option is correct , I belive it's the baud rate that needs to be changed and rdesktop can't set this,right?
Anyone familiar enough with Thinstation that can give me a clue? Thx Joanne
 
  


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