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From Vijay Kumar Kamannavar <vijaykumar.p...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Fwd: Need Help to know Virtual Drive Creation process in RDP session
Date Wed, 18 May 2016 21:44:54 GMT
Hello Mike.

Thank you for the reply!!

I am trying to connect to Windows 2012 R2 using Guacamole 0.9.2 and Some
how i am not able to see the G drive in the RDP machine.

Please find the below Log

May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Protocol "rdp" selected
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Connection ID is
"$7c763152-eb84-4405-a5cf-99b6a34db6f2"
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Security mode: NLA
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Client resolution is 1920x979
at 96 DPI
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Loading keymap "base"
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Loading keymap "en-us-qwerty"
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: guacdr connected.
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: guacsnd connected.
May 17 23:08:54 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Starting client
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Connected to RDPDR 1.12 as
client 0x0003
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0001, length=44
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0002, length=8
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0003, length=8
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0004, length=8
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0005, length=8
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Sending capabilities...
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Capabilities sent.
May 17 23:08:55 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Client ID confirmed
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Connected to RDPDR 1.12 as
client 0x0002
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0001, length=44
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0002, length=8
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0003, length=8
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0004, length=8
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Ignoring server capability set
type=0x0005, length=8
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Sending capabilities...
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Capabilities sent.
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Client ID confirmed
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: User logged on
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Sending filesystem
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Registered device 0 (Guacamole
Filesystem)
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: All supported devices sent.
May 17 23:08:56 CM-OEL6U6-X64 guacd[11992]: Problem connecting device 0
(Guacamole Filesystem): severity=0x3, c=0x0, n=0x0, facility=0x0, code=0x1



I have configured the Device and Resource Redirection setting under group
policy (gpedit.msc)  as Not Configured in windows machine.

Any predefined setting we need configure in Windows machine to make G drive
visible ?


Thanks
Vijay


On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 3:02 AM, Mike Jumper <mike.jumper@guac-dev.org>
wrote:

> On May 18, 2016 1:44 PM, "Vijay Kumar Kamannavar" <
> vijaykumar.ppsg@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hello All,
> >
> > I wanted to know What command Guacamole uses or how guacamole create
> shared drive/virtual drive in RDP session login.
> >
>
> Hi Vijay,
>
> There is no such command. Guacamole provides the virtual drive using the
> "RDPDR" channel, which is a standard part of the RDP protocol.
>
> >
> > i have some issue on creating G drive. and able to see Problem
> connecting device 0 severity= in guacamole log
> >
>
> Can you provide the full log messages (everything from guacd from the
> point you connect to the point to disconnect)?
>
> What version of Guacamole and Windows are in use in your case?
>
> Thanks,
>
> - Mike
>

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