indeed I read Windows2000, but our experience is also that Windows2000 =
not support color depths higher than 8 bit.
Sorry for misinterpreting.
Von: Erik Forsberg [mailto:forsberg@...]=20
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 10. April 2003 09:47
Cc: aka@...; rdesktop-devel@...
Betreff: Re: AW: [rdesktop-devel] Re: 24-bit colors
> where did you configure that on the Windows2000 Server?
> Can I assume you have no Citrix Metaframe FR1 server but use only=20
> Terminal Services?
Hmm.. Perhaps I was expressing myself unclearly. AFAIK, you can't =
that on Windows2000 Server. However, you _can_ configure it on Windows
On WS 2003, the setting can be found in "Terminal Services =
Right click the RDP-tcp connection and choose properties. There's a =
named "Limit Maximum Color Depth" under the "Client Settings" tab. But
please note - I'm talking about a WS 2003 server (RC2) here, nothing =
> We failed to connect with more than 256 bit colors even with the RDP=20
> 5.1 client delivered with Windows XP.
I'm connecting using a client that identifies itself as=20
Remote Desktop Connection
Maximum encryption strength: 128 bits
Shell version 5.1 (build number 2600)
Control Version 5.1.2600.0
@ 1998-2001 Microsoft Corporation
..which I've found somewhere on Microsofts web pages.
Oops.. I just realized I'm sitting here doing Windows support! Aiigrl! =
Erik Forsberg Telephone: +46-13-21 46 00
Cendio Systems Web: http://www.cendio.se
From: Alex K. Angelopoulos <aka@mv...> - 2003-04-10 13:07:36
That's correct - pure 8-bit maximum for a remote virtual session against
Win2K server; this is a server-side limit.
> indeed I read Windows2000, but our experience is also that Windows2000
> does not support color depths higher than 8 bit.
> Sorry for misinterpreting.
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