As part of the RDP Client Licensing program, RDP licensees are now able to get reference source code for an implementation of the Remote Desktop Protocol and its extensions.
Important to note:
The following table outlines the functionality included in the RDP client reference code.
Connectivity and capability, including codec negotiation
Maintains connectivity stages and client capability exchange
Enables bitmap remoting over Remote Desktop Protocol
Includes multiple bitmap decoding codecs, including the basic RLE and latest RDP 7.1 RemoteFX codec
Includes multiple bulk compressors, including the most recent RDP 7 era decompressors
Supports copy and paste of content and files between remote sessions or between local and remote sessions
Audio playback redirection
Enables audio remoting over RDP and played on the client device
This code will be made available as an amendment to the existing RDP Client License. For more information, contact email@example.com.
I have a WinXP client and Win7 as server. After installing RDP7 can I redirect MPEG 4 files? Of course i have installed MPEG4 codecs on XP client. where can i find a list of file types that are redirected when connecting from WinXP?
where is source code
@Domand: To get the source code you need to get an RDP Client License. For more information, contact Dick Greeley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or email@example.com.
Will RDP7.1 be provided to XP, Vista ?
Does this source code include device redirection (e.g. XPS printer redirection)?
Hi will this code include remoteapp funtionality?