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 firstname.lastname@example.org.