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RDP or ICA?

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Hi,
im in very urgent need of this for my next week seminar.i wanna know
about establishing connections between servers and thin clients by c++
codings.i donno exactly to how to do it.i wanna know by which
server\client this is very best and which is most portable.i also need
to know about RDP protocols.
please i need ur help........
regards
sudharsan
Jul 19 '05 #1
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R.Sudharsan <su**********@yahoo.co.in> wrote in message
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Hi,
im in very urgent need of this for my next week seminar.i wanna know
about establishing connections between servers and thin clients by c++
codings.
The ISO standard C++ language (the form discussed here)
has no such capabilites. You'll need platform-specific
extensions and/or library(ies).
i donno exactly to how to do it.
Find out by reading. Note that C++ books will not teach
you this. You need to read about networking for your
platform of interest.
i wanna know by which
server\client this is very best
Whichever ones best suit your needs.
and which is most portable.
None.
i also need
to know about RDP protocols.


C++ has no notion of 'RDP protocols'.

Your query is entirely off-topic for comp.lang.c++.

Before posting here again, please read:
http://www.slack.net/~shiva/welcome.txt

Thank you.

-Mike

Jul 19 '05 #2

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R.Sudharsan wrote in
news:a6**************************@posting.google.c om:
Hi,
im in very urgent need of this for my next week seminar.i wanna know
about establishing connections between servers and thin clients by c++
codings.i donno exactly to how to do it.i wanna know by which
server\client this is very best and which is most portable.i also need
to know about RDP protocols.
please i need ur help........
regards
sudharsan


A quick seach on google http://www.goggle.co.uk got me this link:

http://www.cyclopstech.com.hk/rdp.htm

This would seem to suggest that RDP is a microsoft technology
so you would be better served to ask this in a microsoft
newsgroup, maybe microsoft.public.windowsnt.terminalservicer.misc.

You're certainly not going to get any usefull info here.

HTH

Rob.
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http://www.victim-prime.dsl.pipex.com/
Jul 19 '05 #3

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