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Hello Devolutions Team,

I need a solution to open sub connections (http) external when opening a RDP session.

1. I tried it with "Events" (Before connect) but the CMD command gets pretty complex and I dont have the option to open it in the external (local) browser.
2. Now I m trying to use the sub connections of my RDP connections. But How can I tell RDM to open the sub connection when opening the RDP session?
3. Furthermore can I do this optionally? And which PS commands do i need to create my RDPs with sub connections and set it to start automatically?

Thanks in advance

BR

Steffen

Clock4 yrs

Hello,

Could you describe the relationship between the rdp and http sessions, why is the rdp necessary?

It will help up provide the best recommendations

Best regards,



Maurice Côté

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Clock4 yrs

Hi Maurice,

I want to make it as simple as possible for my developers.
We have to connect to many different remote servers in case of issues that have to be solved.
We track tasks and transfer knowledge with a mediawiki.

When connecting to a RDP session i want to open the corresponding wiki article for my users automatically in their local browser as well as network drives where files for that specific RDP connection are stored.

Clock4 yrs

Hello,

Since there is no direct dependency between all of them, I think the best is to simply store them all in a folder and "run" the folder. It will confirm if you really want to open all of them as a precaution.

If you want to eliminate data duplication in the case where the children are using the same data, you can use our dynamic variables. Please consult http://blog.devolutions.net/2015/07/advance-session-management-dynamic-variables.html for details.


Best regards,



Maurice Côté

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Clock4 yrs

I think RDM should be able to manage something like that...

myPC --> TerminalServer running RDM --> RDP Session XY
open Wiki article XY local <--
open Folder XY local <--

Isnt there a better solution?
What do you mean with direct dependency?

Clock4 yrs

I do not understand your diagram

I mean one session isn't dependent on one another being opened as a pre-requisite.



Maurice Côté

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Clock4 yrs