TS Web Access with Silverlight BETA

TS Web Access with Silverlight BETA! has been released with many improvements have been done from the last prototype (TS Web Access with Silverlight ALPHA) especially on the backend code. Now the icon will consume MsRdpClientShell that invoke the information of RDPFileContents from the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) through ActiveX, rather than link to the […]

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TS Web Access with Silverlight BETA! has been released with many improvements have been done from the last prototype (TS Web Access with Silverlight ALPHA) especially on the backend code. Now the icon will consume MsRdpClientShell that invoke the information of RDPFileContents from the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) through ActiveX, rather than link to the RDP file in ALPHA version.

The cool thing on this BETA version is the list of Remote Program will dynamically change according to your TS Web Access Setting. Because, this Web App will read the list of published application from WMI, querying Win32_TSPublishedApplication from Terminal Services RemoteApp Classes. In order to enable using WMI, I have to use Server Control that accessing Win32_TSPublishedApplication with the helper of System.Management, a managed library from .NET Framework. Server Control that used by ASPX page will generate JavaScript. JavaScript will generate eXtensible Application Markup Language (XAML) that will be consuming by Silverlight to generate the presentation of Web Application.

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