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Hai,
 
I am working with an application developed in VC++.One of its feature is not working in the case of mstsc(Remote desktop).But is working in mstsc /admin.Could you please explain the difference between mstsc and mstsc /admin.
Alos please explain how operating system handling these 2 situation.
Note: I am working with windows XP
 
Please help me
 
Thanks in advance
Posted 28-Mar-12 21:56pm
kutz 2589
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Solution 2

Wow, nice and helpful answers I see. Hate replies like that.
 
/admin connects you to the RDP session as admin overruling all warnings. So if you get the "limit reached" connection error and can't connect (something along that message) you can use the /admin switch to overrule it and connect anyway.
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Solution 1

Try typing mstsc /help.
BTW I have deleted your two reposts of this question.
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kutz 2 at 29-Mar-12 6:31am
   
Thank you for your reply.I am asking is there any difference between them.Because one of my feature is not working with mstsc.But working in mstsc /admin.Please note I am working with windows 2003 not in XP(I was mistaken in the question)
Richard MacCutchan at 29-Mar-12 6:40am
   
Yes, there is a difference, see the help documentation. Or you could try what I did and search MSDN which gave this list.
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Solution 3

RDP sessions mstsc[^]
hope it helps
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