We have a vWorkspace farm based on windows 2008 remote desktop servers. Generally we redirect all flash to the client but now we have one E-learning application that would be better off with no redirection.
How can we set up this exception for this one application (URL)?
Seems to me you can do this based on IP ranges or names of clients, AD groups, individual users etc but NOT for one app. True?
thanks in advance,
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Thanks Michel, this works like a charm.
But after some testing, redirecting flash to the thin client was a far better solution than leaving it at the server.
We now have only one problem left, i'll try to explain:
The web site offers various e-learning video's. Some of these open a new window and the flash content is played in that window. After some time the user is asked to click anywhere or press any key. But with redirection ON this is not possible. The content will not respond to any clicks or keys beeing pressed.
This does not happen in all video's, we have an excel lesson where you are invited to point to a certein cell in the sheet in the video and that does work.
Do you know why this occurs? Or of a way to get around this?
Thanks, but no thanks. We're fine now.
The manufacturer of the e-learning courses figured out what they can and cannot use. Turned out the one that didn't work was an exeption anyway.