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    TanjaScheufen
    @TanjaScheufen
    hello
    Barry Zubel
    @Lepidopterist_gitlab
    bugged-xrdp.png
    Anyone have an idea what might cause this?
    CentOS 7.7
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    hi
    explain detail
    Barry Zubel
    @Lepidopterist_gitlab
    fresh (customised) CentOS 7.7 install, install xrdp and xorgxrdp, start xrdp and xrdp-sesman, try to connect. This is what I am presented with.
    I think it's trying to render the 'login' window?
    (I've never used xrdp before, so I'm not sure quite what to expect)
    Barry Zubel
    @Lepidopterist_gitlab
    Although, connecting from an actual Windows machine seems to work, so it's probably client related.
    So, you can probably ignore me. :)
    SanskritFritz
    @SanskritFritz
    Hi all. I have set up xrdp on top of an existing vnc session. Works great. Only one problem: the remote desktop in the vnc session is not resized when I connect to it from xrdp. How can I change the resolution automatically to fit the client screen (using fullscreen)?
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    vnc sessions don’t support resizing so far use xorg instead
    SanskritFritz
    @SanskritFritz

    vnc sessions don’t support resizing so far use xorg instead

    Well, whenever I connect from a remote VNC client, the desktop gets resized immediately and perfectly. So I think vnc definitely supports resizing.

    metalefty
    @metalefty
    that is vnc, right?
    then just use vnc
    vnc supports resizing, then use vnc
    i’m talking about xrdp. you’re talking about vnc.
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    You mentioned xrdp + VNC. Why you changed story to raw VNC?
    Again, vnc sessions don't support resizing. Use xorg sessions instead or use VNC with VNC client.
    Even if VNC supports resizing, xrdp definitely doesn't support resizing vnc sessions. that's all.
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    additionaly, since VNC supports resizing xrdp can support resizing vnc sessions but as I mentioned before, not supported so far.
    SanskritFritz
    @SanskritFritz
    fair enough, thanks for the information
    Matthew X. Economou
    @xenophonf
    is there a way to disable the @ session module selector?
    I've integrated a CentOS 7 server with our AD domain using realmd, but that means usernames look like this: username@domain.tld
    Ultimately, I need Xrdp to not strip the "@domain.tld" part off usernames.
    Because when I try to log into Xrdp using such a username, I get the following error login failed for display 0.
    In xrdp.log, I get an error similar to the following: Module "domain.tld" specified by username from IP port PORT is not configured. Using "Xvnc" instead.
    Basically, I expect to be able to log into my Xrdp session with the same username as on Windows, i.e., the Kerberos UPN.
    That works if I input the username and password via the Xvnc login dialog box, but it doesn't work if I specify the username and password in the RDP client.
    Matthew X. Economou
    @xenophonf
    hm, I wonder if this problem is specific to the version of FreeRDP I'm using
    b/c I just tested with the latest Microsoft RDP client for macOS, and it works perfectly when I specify the Kerberos UPN and password on the client side
    metalefty
    @metalefty

    @xenophonf

    is there a way to disable the @ session module selector?

    there's no easy way to do that so far. need to modify source code.

    Erik Zilinsky
    @zilinsky
    Hello Guys, Happy new year! I made an ubuntu docker container with xrdp. It is working great if I start xrdp as root. It is possible to start it as non-root user?
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    xrdp can work with non-root privilege but xrdp-sesman requires root privilege.
    Erik Zilinsky
    @zilinsky
    thanks for your asnwer
    Derek Schrock
    @derekschrock
    Anyone now if it's possible to get a remotefx session with the macOS MS RDP client?
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    it is not possible right now
    working on this issue: neutrinolabs/xrdp#1422
    davidcbcs
    @davidcbcs
    Has anyone got the xrdp pulseaudio module working on Centos 8? When I try and run the yum-builddep pulseaudio , I get 3 missing packages - Not all dependencies satisfied.
    Assistive OS
    @assistiveos
    Hi there, is there any way to disallow clipboard as well as file copy/pasting at the xrdp daemon level, so that a remote client cannot copy/paste or transfer files from the remote xrdp server to a local environment? I apologize upfront if this is a déjà-vu question.
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    @assistiveos do you want to disallow clipboard file transfer but enable other clipboard functions?
    Assistive OS
    @assistiveos
    @metalefty ideally disable all clipboard functions altogether, but if disabling file transfer is a setting, that would work as well.