Don't Like Vinagre
As an rdp client, vinagre leaves a sour taste in my mouth.
I do a lot of rdp work into windows servers from my linux workstation. But the current rdp client is really bad.
Vinagre isn't very configurable and lacks many of the features of tsclient or mstsc. I'd like to be able to adjust the connected desktop/screen size, and I'd like to be able to bring local resources (hard drive, printers, etc) up to the device I connect to. I know tsclient did support these features. Does vinagre support these features in a cryptic way?
What other rdp clients do we have these days?
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