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    Active-X RDP Client Control

    If I toss an Active-X RDP Client Control in my app, and use it to go to a server, it works GREAT...until you click away from it (or minimize it). Then, if I click in the window again, it just beeps (seems like it can no longer interact w/ the RDP...)

    Any Ideas?
    (I HOPE there's a solution to this!!!!*)

    *(other then "Don't click away from it"...)

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Try forcing it to lose focus when you click away from it, and see if that works.

    -Variant

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Forcing "what" to lose focus- the app, or the Active-X object?
    I tried putting it in a pop-up subapp, tried setting it to the app always has focus, tried setting it keep running when re-sizing and when minimized...

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Lose focus on the app.

    -Variant

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Doesn't seem to resolve the issue...

    If someone is able to get this to work,(an app that has an active-x RDP object in it that allows you to connect to a remote machine, and then be able to use another app (or browse the HDD or whatever) and then go back to the app and that RDP screen is still accessible) I will give them 50 bucks via paypal.
    (NOT JOKING)

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Can you give an example or screen recording of what is actually happening? Also set it so that it re-gains focus when the user enters the screen.

    -Variant

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    I WAS able to get it not to "lock", but it's NOT a viable solution... (always --> Set Full screen=1, set full screen=0"

    It flashes like crazy, but I'm able to click in and out of it, and it's still active...

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Is it exported as an EXE or is it just in debugger mode?

    -Variant

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Quote Originally Posted by variant
    Can you give an example or screen recording of what is actually happening? Also set it so that it re-gains focus when the user enters the screen.

    -Variant
    Basically, The app begins and the RDP object connects to the the remote computer,("set server" and then "Connect") - it works GREAT, until you click off the app. then, if you click back and you try to click anywhere on the RDP object, it just beeps (windows sound).

    Not sure what you mean above "set IT" above... (set the app's focus using a Window control object? Doesn't seem to work)

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    Re: Active-X RDP Client Control

    Disconnect the server when the person minimizes the app and have your program reconnect when the window is re-opened.

    -Variant

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