Chapter 17. Windows Connector

Table of Contents

17.1. Windows Connector Overview
17.2. Requirements
17.3. Using the Windows Connector
17.3.1. How to Start a Windows Session
17.3.2. How to Start a Windows Session Within Java Desktop System (Oracle Solaris 10)
17.3.3. How to Lock a Windows Session
17.3.4. How to Set Up Access to the uttsc Command
17.3.5. How to Set Up a Desktop Shortcut to Start a Windows Session
17.3.6. How to Separate Settings for Session Locale and Keyboard Layout
17.4. Audio Input
17.4.1. Enabling Audio Input on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2
17.5. Video Acceleration
17.5.1. Video Acceleration Requirements
17.5.2. Videos Accelerated
17.5.3. Audio Accelerated
17.5.4. Additional Notes
17.5.5. How to Enable Video Redirection on Windows Server 2008 R2
17.5.6. Video Acceleration Troubleshooting
17.6. USB Device Redirection
17.6.1. Device Access
17.6.2. Supported Configurations
17.6.3. Tested USB Devices
17.6.4. Additional Notes
17.6.5. How to Add USB Drivers to a Virtual Machine
17.6.6. USB Redirection Troubleshooting
17.7. Hotdesking
17.7.1. Hotdesking Behavior
17.7.2. Location Awareness
17.8. Session Directory
17.9. Network Security
17.9.1. Built-in RDP Network Security
17.9.2. Enhanced Network Security
17.10. Automatic Reconnection
17.11. Compression
17.11.1. How to Disable Compression
17.12. Licensing
17.12.1. Per-user Mode Versus Per-device Mode
17.13. Smart Cards
17.13.1. How to Enable Smart Card Readers on a Windows System
17.13.2. How to Set Up Smart Card Login for Windows
17.14. Multi-Monitor Support
17.15. Dynamic Session Resizing
17.16. Printing
17.16.1. How to Set Up Print Queues (Oracle Solaris 10)
17.16.2. How to Set Up Print Queues (Oracle Linux)
17.16.3. How to Make Sun Ray Printers Available to a Windows Session
17.16.4. How to Manage Printer Configurations for Users
17.16.5. How to Set Up Follow-Me Printing
17.16.6. Printers Troubleshooting
17.17. Accessing Serial Devices
17.18. uttsc Error Messages
17.18.1. General Troubleshooting

This chapter provides information about managing the Windows connector.