However, this won't function over a "pure" Terminal Services connection--it
requires a VPN or other network connection between the two machines.
TSDropCopy functions over the Terminal Services connection.
Net Use over a VPN will be faster, I suspect, although I've not benchmarked
> One way to do this is - Run the following command TS session "net use *
> \\<YourLocalMachine>\C$ /u:<username> *", it will then assign a drive
> for you. You can then copy files from the session to the local drive. Run
> "Net use /?" for more options.
> Mahadev Alladi [MS]
> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
> > Thanks for the information. Is there any way to
> > copy files from the the Session to my local client
> > desktop?
> > >-----Original Message-----
> > >>The Remote is Windows 2000 Terminal, the local is XP
> > >with sp 1
> > >That's why then. Windows 2000 Terminal Servers do not
> > >support local drive redirection like you're trying to
> > >do...that was a new feature added for Windows XP Pro and
> > >Windows Server 2003.
> > >.