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# 139472 10-Feb-2014 17:32
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I use remoteapplicationmode to emulate the "Win XP integrated mode" in Win8. I was thinking it would be useful in Win2K8R2 also to run workstation applications on a server and thought, why not utilise hardware passthrough via RemoteFX, however, whenever I try to connect I get the old "[4005] The Windows logon process has unexpectedly terminated" error.

I started by configuring a RDP file using the normal UI, then started to modify the .RDP to manually add the following:

remoteapplicationmode:i:1
disableremoteappcapscheck:i:1
alternate shell:s:rdpinit.exe
remoteapplicationname:s:Internet Explorer 8
remoteapplicationprogram:s:C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe


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  # 983511 10-Feb-2014 17:52
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In Windows Server 2012, RemoteFX refers to the whole rich graphics experience (not just the RemoteFX vGPU technology).

RemoteApp is not supported on WS2012 RemoteFX vGPU enabled VDI virtual machines. RemoteApp is supported on RDSH and VDI.



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  # 983531 10-Feb-2014 18:27
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Sorry, I should have specified Win2K8R2.

Edit: the purpose of RemoteFX in this context is for USB device passthrough, video rendering features are not of importance in this case.

 
 
 
 


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  # 983617 10-Feb-2014 20:14
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what is the Client OS?



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  # 983645 10-Feb-2014 20:38
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Tried on Win7 SP1 and Win 8.1. I can connect a regular session with USB passthrough, but with a handscrafted RDP file I'm unable to logon in application mode.

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  # 983648 10-Feb-2014 20:41
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Are you using Enterprise version?

with RDP8 on Win7/8 Enterprise this is supported, maybe its the handscrafted RDP file



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  # 983687 10-Feb-2014 21:23
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Using Win 7 ultimate on the VM (which is working fine in normal window mode). I'll continue working on the handcrafting. I raised this query before I spent any more time on it in case there was a known limitation on application mode in combination with RemoteFX.

Edit: if the is not software limitation, I suspect I'm not setting the experience mode correctly (needs to be "LAN" to work). The session opens in window mode (I.e. appears to ignore the application mode directive).



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  # 983854 11-Feb-2014 08:16
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yes, Application Mode can be used with RemoteFX.

To address Event 4005, based on this this http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/systemcenter/en-US/1f41d1e2-ce83-4cc0-a6fc-6cbcd428c5cc/hyperv-30-unable-to-rdp-to-win7sp1-which-has-remotefx-enabled?forum=virtualmachingmgrhyperv, I created a new connection, tested that it fails, then set the experience to "LAN (10 Mbps..)", which set the following attributes in the .RDP file

connection type:i:6
networkautodetect:i:0
allow font smoothing:i:1
allow desktop composition:i:1
disable full window drag:i:0
disable menu anims:i:0

Window mode requires lower resources, so to use in Application Mode I increased the VM RAM to 2GB and vProcs to 4 and now working successfully.

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