Remote desktop web using apache, possible?

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Remote desktop web using apache, possible?

Post by andarp » 2005-10-05 10:25


Does anyone know if there is possible to run remote desktop web, when you are using apache?

This link is a guide if you are using IIS. ... -host.html

I would like the same for Apache.


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Post by ric melia » 2005-10-05 13:06

i'm pretty sure this isn't possible - i looked in to it in the past and couldn't find any info other than other people failing to make it work.

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Post by cmurphy54 » 2005-10-05 15:59

It's just an activex component and some ASP scripting. So, assuming you can embed an activex component in a page in Apache and assuming you duplicate the ASP code in another scripting language like PHP, I think it should be possible.

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Post by Jarek » 2005-10-13 22:12

It is possible, actually you can have web server and webRDC on to different computers.
This is how it works:
RDC Client connects to web server on port 80.
Web server does authentication and redirects to RDC Server on port 3xxx (can't remember port number right now) from there its only RDC client and RDC server.

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