If you are using a Windows Terminal server you can achieve this by
specifying the program to run in the users account in Windows instead of
on the command line. This will cause the program to launch upon login
and logoff when the application is closed.
If you have more questions let me know.
Rich J. Bogle
Infrastructure and Computing Systems
=5Bmailto:rdesktop-users-admin=40lists.sourceforge.net=5D On Behalf Of Kalle=
Sent: Friday, March 19, 2004 5:52 AM
Subject: =5Brdesktop-users=5D Login->Start App->Exit App->Logout
I've been searching the archive for an answer to this question but
been able to find one.
I want to start up rdesktop in fullscreen mode and run an application
(Word fx) and when I exit the application I want to automatically log
the terminal server. From the documentation i figure out that running
=22rdesktop -f -s =22c:=5Cpath=5Cto=5Capp=22 servername=22 does almost every=
except logging off automatically. Has anyone got a solution to this?
Institute of Informatics Gothenburg
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