All, If you would like an alternative to using Remote Desktop on our WM devices, you can try the attached TSCClient, called "WalTscClient". It is a program that uses the MSTscAx.dll (same control used by Remote Desktop), but adds some of the following features:
Automatic Login to the server using the specified User Name and Password.
Password is stored in an AES 256 encrypted form in the registry.
MotoTscClient releases 1.0.20 and earlier use RSA Encryption, version 1.1.0 and newer will use AES.
Can be started using a default session stored in the registry or from a short cut link.
Foreign Language support for all visible text strings in MotoTscClient.
Displays “Out of Range” Message when a weak radio signal is detected over WiFi.
Show / Hide Task Bar based on the session.
Session can connect to more than one server so that if a server is unavailable, a backup server can be used.
When a Session is disconnected, MotoTscClient can retry the connection a number of times, switch to another server and attempt the connection, or just exit.
If there are multiple servers, load balancing can be used. The initial target server will be chosen based on the device’s Serial Number.
For VGA devices using WM 6.5.3, Smart Zoom can be enabled to change the display to QVGA for legacy applications that were hardcoded to use a 240 by 320 display.
If Smart Zoom is used, gestures are not passed to the server. Thus a signature capture application on the server would not work, but pressing buttons will. The gestures are used instead to scroll around in the Zoom window.
SIP (Software Input Panel) may be hidden or shown on a per session basis.
Position of the SIP Icon on the screen is configurable.
Position of SIP on the screen is configurable.
The rdp configuration file may be located anyplace on the device, not just the window directory.
Only Full Screen mode is supported.
The application is used by at least one of our major customers, but it is being provided as a 'limited-support' application at this time. Thus, it is up to the client to determine if this is appropriate for their use case. For questions please email email@example.com.