Using the Remote Desktop ActiveX control

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Using the Remote Desktop ActiveX control

Using the Remote Desktop ActiveX control

Using the Remote Desktop ActiveX control

Using the Remote Desktop ActiveX control

Embedding the Remote Desktop ActiveX control in a webpage

Implementing scriptable virtual channels by using Remote Desktop Web Connection

Using the Remote Desktop ActiveX control with virtual channels

Sample webpage included with the Remote Desktop ActiveX control

Disabling Remote Desktop Services features

Remote Desktop ActiveX control reference

This documentation is archived and is not being maintained.

This documentation is archived and is not being maintained.

Using the Remote Desktop ActiveX control

The following topics contain information about how you can use the Remote Desktop ActiveX control to customize the Remote Desktop Services user experience.

The Remote Desktop ActiveX control is available in the following forms:

implements interfaces that are safe for scripting. This form of the control can be used by web clients or scripting (such as VBScript) hosts.

offers additional functionality that is not safe for scripting. This form of the control can be used from native or managed code, but this form cannot be used by web clients or scripting-only hosts.

The following list contains theCLSIDs for the different controls for different operating system versions. Each of theCLSIDs is compatible with later system versions. For example, theCLSIDfor the scriptable control on Windows Vista will work on later system versions, such as Windows 7.

Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2

301B94BA-5D25-4A12-BFFE-3B6E7A616585

8B918B82-7985-4C24-89DF-C33AD2BBFBCD

5F681803-2900-4C43-A1CC-CF405404A676

A3BC03A0-041D-42E3-AD22-882B7865C9C5

A9D7038D-B5ED-472E-9C47-94BEA90A5910

54D38BF7-B1EF-4479-9674-1BD6EA465258

Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 (SP1)

7390F3D8-0439-4C05-91E3-CF5CB290C3D0

D2EA46A7-C2BF-426B-AF24-E19C44456399

4EB89FF4-7F78-4A0F-8B8D-2BF02E94E4B2

4EB2F086-C818-447E-B32C-C51CE2B30D31

Example that demonstrates the use of the scriptable interfaces.

Code examples that show the steps for implementing scriptable virtual channels with Remote Desktop Web Connection.

If you have enabled a virtual channels application in your Remote Desktop Services deployment, you can make this application available to client computers.

A sample webpage (Default.htm) is in the directory where Remote Desktop Web Connection is installed.

Some properties of the Remote Desktop ActiveX control object are restricted to specific Internet Explorer URL security zones.

For enhanced security, you might choose to disable Remote Desktop Services features.

For more information about the sample webpage that is included with the installation of the Remote Desktop ActiveX control, seeSample webpage included with the Remote Desktop ActiveX control.