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Using the new mac leopard os and the remote desktop connection using terminal service client 1.0.3 I cannot copy and paste files.

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Hi,

Instead terminal, use remote desktop available is softwares>utility

This will help.

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Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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The following is a generic outline for using FTP clients since I'm not sure which specific FTP client you want to use. Where an example is needed, I'll illustrate using the ftp command in Terminal.
First, open a connection to the remote computer. This is usually done using the remote computer's IP address, e. g.,
ftp 192.168.1.2
You may be prompted for your user account name and password on the remote computer. If you are using a command-line client such as that found in Terminal, you can consolidate the login with a URL:
ftp://accountname:password@192.168.1.2@[portnumber]/Users/accountname/Documents
Once you are logged in, you can view directory contents (pls or dir), delete (rm or rmdir), upload (mput), or download (get) files. Be sure to log off or otherwise close the connection when you are done (bye).
There is not enough space here for a comprehensive description of all of the features of a typical FTP client. Many have graphic user interfaces with selector menus, file tree display and possibly even click and drag file manipulation resembling the Finder. For more details on the Terminal's ftp client, open Applications/Utilities/Terminal and type "man ftp" (without the quotes).

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With Snow Leopard, how do I copy internet text & photos to a file or to a folder? I'm new to apple computers.


Just like normal windows computers, drag and click.
Copy - command (that little symbol on the left of space) + C
Paste - command + V

To download images you drag & drop or control + click.

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How do i connect this terminal to windows 2003 server please give me the settings


Open Remote Desktop Connection loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To open Remote Desktop Connection, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Communications, and then click Remote Desktop Connection.


Create a Terminal Services Connection loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To create a Terminal Services connection, follow these steps:
  1. Open Remote Desktop Connection.
  2. In the Computer box, type the computer name or the IP address of a terminal server or a computer that has Remote Desktop enabled.
    Note: To connect to the console session of the remote computer, type computername or IP address /console.
  3. Click Connect.
  4. In the Log On to Windows dialog box, type your user name, password, and domain (if necessary), and then click OK.

Save Connection Settings loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); You can save a connection as a Remote Desktop protocol (.rdp) file. An .rdp file contains all the information for a connection to a terminal server, including the Options settings that were configured when the file was saved. You can customize any number of .rdp files, including files for connecting to the same server with different settings. For example, you can save a file that connects to MyServer in full screen mode and another file that connects to the same computer in 800×600 screen size.

To save your connection settings, follow these steps:
  1. Open Remote Desktop Connection, and then click Options.
  2. Specify the connection settings that you want for this connection.
  3. On the General tab, click Save As.
  4. In the File name box, type a file name for the saved connection file, and then click Save.
Note: To edit an .rdp file to change the connections settings it contains, click Start, click My Documents, right-click the file and then click Edit.


Open a Saved Connection loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To open a saved connection, follow these steps:
  1. Open Remote Desktop Connection, and then click Open.
  2. Double-click the .rdp file for the connection that you want to open.

Copy Files Between the Local Computer and the Remote Computer loadTOCNode(2, 'summary');
  1. Open Remote Desktop Connection.
  2. Type the computer name or the IP address of a terminal server or a computer that has Remote Desktop enabled.
  3. Click the Local Resources tab, select the Disk Drives check box, and then click Connect.
  4. Click Start on the task bar of the remote computer, and then click My Computer, or double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop of the remote computer.

    Note: The drives on the remote server appear with the drives on your local computer. Your local drives appear as driveletter on tsclient, where tsclient is the name assigned to your (local) computer.
  5. Locate the file that you want to copy, right-click the file, and then click Copy.
  6. Locate the folder where you want to paste the file, and then click Paste.

Log Off and End the Session loadTOCNode(2, 'summary'); To log off and end a session, follow these steps:
  1. In the Remote Desktop Connection window, click Start, and then click Shut Down.
  2. In the Shut Down Windows dialog box, click Log Off username, and then click OK.
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How-To Extract the Boot Camp Drivers from the Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard DMG

Introduction

So, you've waited for hours and hours for your Leopard DMG to finish torre-I mean, download from the ADC website. You don't have an extra DL-DVD laying around or you just don't want to use one - that's fine, but when you use boot camp, you'll find it asks for the Leopard DVD anyways!

You don't have to download the drivers from anywhere, you can extract them and copy/paste them from OS X! Here's a step-by-step guide on making it easy.

Part 1

Do not mount the Leopard DMG. If it is mounted, unmount it and then restart (you must restart or it will not work, there's no way to get around it, sorry guys.)

Part 2

Open a new Terminal window. If you don't know where to find terminal it's in Applications/Utilities.

Type in:
Code:
sudo hdid -nomount
[Add a space to the end] and drag the Leopard DMG file from your hard drive to the terminal window. The path will appear, and you can hit enter on the command. This forces the HFS+ partition of the Leopard DMG to not load, allowing the ISO part of the DMG to be booted, which is what we need.

If you're not using sudo already, it'll ask you for your password, type it in, hit enter, and you'll be rewarded with the following:
Code:
/dev/disk? Apple_partition_scheme
/dev/disk?s1 Apple_partition_map
/dev/disk?s2 Apple_Driver_ATAPI
/dev/disk?s3 Apple_HFS
Take note of the "?" because you'll need to remember it in a little bit.

Part 3

We need to make a way for the volume to mount on your Mac, so type in:
Code:
mkdir /Volumes/drivers
You'll recieve no response but this is normal.

Part 4

You're almost there! We now need to force the DMG to load with the ISO volume instead of the HFS+ volume. To do so, simply type:
Code:
sudo mount -t cd9660 -o nodev,nosuid /dev/disk? /Volumes/drivers
Where ? is the number we mentioned earlier. Remeber not to include the 's1,' 's2,' or 's3' parts in this command.

Now you simply have to restart Finder, which is easy to do from terminal:
Code:
killall Finder
Now you just have to copy the drivers onto a USB drive [or burn them to a disc], boot into Windows and install.

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For example, try 'webmail.verizon.net' or 'webmail.roadrunner.com'.

You'll be able to access all the "new" E-mail that arrives while you are "away" from your "home" computer, but none of the E-mail that was stored on your "home" computer _before_ you went away.

The other solution is to use the "Remote Desktop Protocol" to "logically" connect your Mac's keyboard & mouse & screen, over the Internet, to your "home" computer, rather than using the "physically-connected" keyboard & mouse & screen.

You would have to:
1. leave your "home" computer powered-on all the time that you're away;
2. either connect your home-computer directly to your cable-modem or DSL-modem, or to use "port-forwarding" on any router that is "between" your home computer(s) and your modem, to direct all "Remote Desktop" connection-attempts to one specific computer on your home network.
3. be "security-conscious" -- exposing your computer to "accept" a Remote Desktop connection means that any computer-hacker will try to login with your ID & password to your computer, over the Internet.
4. have a "Remote Desktop Protocol" client piece of software on your Mac.

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Click on Import Profile , Identify the location where you have pasted the profile (Which is copied from other machine).

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http://www.apple.com/remotedesktop/
It also comes with a widget version of it for easier control of remote desktops.

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