Remote Desktop Connection (Terminal Services Client 6.1) for Windows XP SP2 x86 platforms

Remote Desktop Connection (Terminal Services Client 6.1) for Windows XP SP2 x86 platforms

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Hello everyone,

we heard a lot of feedback from you about the need for the Remote Desktop Connection client 6.1 to be made available as a standalone install for Windows XP SP2 to ease deployments of Windows 2008 Terminal Services.

In response to this feedback, we have released the Remote Desktop Connection client (RDC 6.1) for Windows XP SP2 on x86 platforms.

You can download RDC6.1 for Windows XP SP2 from the Microsoft Download Center (KB 952155) for the following languages:

Arabic, Chinese - Simplified, Chinese – Traditional, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese – Portugal, Portuguese – Brazil, Russian, Spanish – Spain, Swedish, Turkish.

We have also released the MUI package for RDC6.1 on Windows XP SP2 from the Microsoft Download Center (KB 952230).

These are some of the supported features of Remote Desktop Client 6.1 for Windows XP SP2:

  • Windows Server 2008 & Windows Vista feature support
  • TS Web Access support
  • TS Easy Print support
  • TS Remote Programs support
  • TS Gateway support

Please review the complete list of features and details about RDC6.1 for Windows XP SP2 in this Knowledge Base article.

 

 RDC6.1 is now available on the following platforms:

 

Windows Server 2008

Windows Vista SP1

Windows XP SP3

Windows XP SP2 (KB 952155)

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  • Would someone from MSFT care to comment on the request for RDC 6.1 on Windows Server 2003, please?

  • Dan:

    > One question though:  Using this

    > update to XPSP2 clients, is .NET

    > Framework 3.0 SP1 still required

    > for Easy Print?

    I believe you need the version of .NET included with XP SP3 or Vista SP1 (can't remember what version that is)

    > Previously, it was my

    > understanding that XPSP3 and .NET

    > Framework 3.0 SP1 were required.

    As long as you have the right version of .NET, EasyPrint will work with the XP SP2 (two) package.

  • shtranslation:

    > I'm wondering. Will the TSC 6.1 be > the latest version for Windows?

    TSC 6.1 is the current version for Windows.

  • Would someone from MSFT care to comment on the request for RDC 6.1 on Windows Server 2003, please?

    /Jan Jensen

  • Where is the RDC for Windows Server 2003?

  • Really, really need 2003 version - any news at all?

  • Please show me where to download RDC6.1 for Windows 2003

  • Does Microsoft support MS Server 2003?

    PNRP 2.1 for MSServer 2003 - missing

    RDP 6.1 for MSServer 2003 - missing

  • To all of the persons posting requests to have RDP 6.1 on Server 2003 and/or on Windows XP x64, can you please explain what feature of RDP 6.1 you would need on these SKUs? Please add a brief description of the usage scenario for you/your business for these features.

    Thanks.

  • Is there any way to always trust a computer you are connecting to, instead of have the "Do you trust the computer you are connecting to" dialog popup everytime.  It is very annoying to users that are using the ActiveX control to connect to one server frequently.

  • Hi Joe,

    There are a few things you can do to avoid the prompt:

    1. if your are connecting to a Server, then you can deploy SSL certificates on it so that clients get server authentication and don't see this prompt.

    2. Can't your clients also check the box "Don't show this warning again for connection to this computer" the first time they see the prompt?

    3. If the clients are connecting through RDP files that you published, you should also ensure they are signed too.

  • Your second option would be perfect if that checkbox existed.

  • Joe, What OS versions are your server and client running?

  • Server - 2003

    Client - XP or Vista (in general)

  • Hi Joe,

    Would it be possible for you to email the exact UI you are seeing? I can't paste UI into this box but i think you should be able to do it if you sign in and send email to tsblog.

    thanks,

    ~Olga

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