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Type below in the command line replacing <MC name or IP> with the machine name or IP you want to connect. This works with WinXP and Vista.

mstsc -v:<MC name or IP> /f -console

Updated:

:D There is a easy way. Just type mstsc /console in the command prompt.

posted on Monday, September 1, 2008 9:31 PM

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# re: Connecting to the VPC Console Session Directly from RDP 11/17/2008 3:21 AM shane carvalho
Version 6.1 of RDP has the "/console" keyword deprecated. The new flag is "/admin". Version 6.1 is shipped with vista sp1, xp sp3 or windows 2008.

And the worst part is that the RDC client silently ignores the "console" keyword and you're left scratching your head as to why you still can't connect.


# re: Connecting to the VPC Console Session Directly from RDP 11/17/2008 9:00 AM Madhawa
Thanks dude. Really worth bit of info.

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