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XFREERDP(1)							     xfreerdp							       XFREERDP(1)

xfreerdp - FreeRDP X11 client SYNOPSIS
xfreerdp [options] server[:port] DESCRIPTION
xfreerdp is an X11 Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) client which is part of the FreeRDP project. An RDP server is built-in to many editions of Windows. Alternative servers included xrdp and VRDP (VirtualBox). OPTIONS
-0 Attach to the admin console of the server. -a bpp Sets the color depth for the connection to bpp bits per pixel. Valid values are 8, 15, 16, 24 and 32. The default value is the color depth of the FreeRDP-window. -c dir Sets the working-dir to dir. This parameter is only used when an AlternateShell (-s shell) is requested. dir should contain the executable file specified in the AlternateShell. -D Removes the windows decorations. -d domain Set the domain used in authentication to domain. -f start in full screen mode. This mode can always be en- and disabled using Ctrl-Alt-Enter. -T text Sets the window title to text. -g geometry Sets the size of the FreeRDP window (and of the remote desktop, when establishing a new connection). geometry can have one of the following forms: WxH in this case the resulting window will be of WxH pixels. P% in this case the resulting window will be P% of your screen. The special keyword workarea in this case the resulting window will be of the same size as your workarea. -h Print help. -k id Sets the keyboard-layout-id to id. -K Do not interfere with window manager bindings (don't grab keyboard). -n hostname Set the reported client hostname to hostname. Default is to automatically detect the hostname. -o Play audio on the console instead of redirecting to the client. -p password Password used in authentication. -s shell Sets the startup-shell to shell. This parameter should contain a complete path to the alternate shell. If the alternete shell requires a different working directory use -c dir. -t port Connect to port, instead of the default 3389. -u username Username used in authentication. -x flag Set the experience performance flags. flag can be one of: m - (modem) Equivalent to 15. b - (broadband) Equivalent to 1. l - (lan) Equivalent to 0. num A hexadecimal number that represents a bit-mask, were numbers mean the following [1]: 1 Disable desktop wallpaper. 2 Disable full-window drag (only the window outline is displayed when the window is moved). 4 Disable menu animations. 8 Disable user interface themes. 20 Disable mouse cursor shadows. 40 Disable cursor blinking. 80 Enable font smoothing. 100 Enable Desktop Composition. -X xid embed xfreerdp into window with xid. -z Enable compression. --app initialize a RemoteApp connection. This implies -g workarea. --no-auth Skips authentication. This is useful e.g. for the current FreeRDP server that doesn't yet support server-side authentication. --authonly Only authenticates. This is useful to test your credentials (username and password). Returns status code 0 if the client can connect. Requires a username, password and connection host at the command line. --no-bmp-cache Disable bitmap cache. --certificate-name name use name for the logon certificate, instead of the server name --composition Enable composition (RDVH only, not to be confused with remote composition). --ext extname load extension extname --no-fastpath Disables fast-path. Use slow-path packets instead, which have larger headers. It might be good for debugging certain issues when you suspect it might be linked to the parsing of one of the two header types. --from-stdin Prompts for unspecified arguments -u username, -p password, -d domain and connection host. This is useful to hide arguments from ps. Also useful for scripts that will feed these arguments to the client via (what else?) stdin. --disable-full-window-drag Disable full window drag. --gdi backend GDI (Graphics Device Interface) rendering backend. backend can be either sw (software) or hw (hardware). --help Print help. --ignore-certificate ignore verification of logon certificate. --kbd-list list all keyboard layout ids used by -k --disable-menu-animations Disable menu animations. --no-motion Don't send mouse motion events. --no-nla Disable network level authentication. --nsc Enable NSCodec. --no-osb Disable off screen bitmaps. --plugin pluginname Load pluginname In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, the following plugins are available: cliprdr Clipboard support drdynvc Used for multimedia redirection rdpsnd For audio output rail Remote Applications Integrated Locally rdpdbg Debugging Virtual Channel rdpdr File System Support As an example, xfreerdp --plugin rdpsnd server will enable audio output using the PulseAudio backend of the rdpsnd plugin. Please Note that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 does not include support for the ALSA backend of the rdpsnd plugin. --no-rdp Disable Standard RDP encryption. --rfx Enable RemoteFX. --rfx-mode RemoteFX operational flags. flags can be either v[ideo], i[mage]), default is video. --ntlm version Force NTLM protocol version to be version, which can be one of 1 or 2. --sec proto Force protocol security. proto can be one of rdp, tls or nla. --secure-checksum Use salted checksums with Standard RDP encryption. --disable-theming Disable theming. --no-tls Disable TLS encryption. --version Print version information. --disable-wallpaper Disable wallpaper. LINKS AUTHOR
The FreeRDP Team NOTES
1. Taken from MS-RDPBCGR Section - Extended Info Packet 2. MS-RDPBCGR Section - Extended Info Packet freerdp 2011-08-27 XFREERDP(1)
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