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Re: [K12OSN] K12Linux xfreerdp and Windows Server 2008


Many thanks for reply. This night I solved my problem which follows my
ignorance of MS Windows Server.

There are two steps to fix this problem:

1. Switch on audio device in Windows Server 2008 (by default is switched
off - I didn't expect it!).

2. Execute the instruction:


Now I try to connect USB device to LTSP thin client with xfreerdp with
no success. I am going to post it in the separated mail with adequate

Best regards,

> Hi Radek,
> Are you sure your Windows 2008 server actually has a sound chip/card
> onboard?
> Do you get sound standing at the console of this server will tell you?
> Barry
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