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    Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

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    by fjaramillo ·

    We are a Windows 2000 shop and are currently using pcAnywhere for remote management/connectivity to servers. We have started deploying Terminal Services to some serves, but I don’t know if there’s a way to transfer files between computers.
    pcAnywhere has a built in FTP utiltiy.

    I am using RDP Shell Version 5.1(Build#2462)
    Control Version 5.1.2462.0

    Thanks
    Nando

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    • #2673646

      Reply To: Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      by pramodpatil ·

      In reply to Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      “Shared Drive/directory” is the way to transfer files across.

    • #2673643

      Reply To: Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      by kinetechs ·

      In reply to Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      The 2000 Resource Kit has an update for the clipboard. Currently, you can copy/paste text and such but not files and folders like you can through Explorer. Updating the clipboard will let you copy/paste between the local computer and the terminal session.

      Cheers!
      ~Sean

    • #2673584

      Reply To: Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      by fjaramillo ·

      In reply to Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      I was able to connect back to my machine using the UNC convention. I did install the Win2k ResKit on my PC and a server and I am still unable to copy using explorer??

      Help
      Thanks
      Nando

    • #2673546

      Reply To: Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      by joseph moore ·

      In reply to Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      Get RDPCLIP here, free from Microsoft:
      http://tinyurl.com/2ncm

      “File Copy is an extension to Terminal Services server that allows you to copy and paste between server and client.

      RdpClip allows you to copy and paste files between a terminal session and client console session. Using RdpClip, you can:

      Copy and paste multiple files and directories.
      Copy and paste on Windows 32-bit or 16-bit clients.
      File Copy is a tool that extends the Terminal Services cut, copy, and paste capabilities. In Windows 2000, you can use Terminal Services to cut and paste text and graphics between the client and server sessions. Using File Copy, you are also able to use cut, copy, and paste to transfer files and folders between the client and server sessions.”

      It is what you want.

    • #2673532

      Reply To: Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      by fjaramillo ·

      In reply to Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      I have downloaded and installed rdpclip.exe
      What is the syntax for using it??
      Because I am still not able to copy within explorer.

      Thanks
      Nando

    • #2670714

      Reply To: Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

      by fjaramillo ·

      In reply to Remote Desktop (Copying Files)

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