First off, thanks for all the info in previous threads on getting TS to work on the ePods. It is a world of difference compared to IE running native on the ePods. I do have some questions that I'm hoping some folks here could help with:
1) Is there a way for the ePod TS client to not disconnect the session when suspended? I am using a D-Link 802.11b WLAN card, and if I put it to sleep and then wake it up again, the session disconnects and I have to go through a sign on sequence again. This occurs even during a momentary nap, so I don't think it's TCP keepalives going off.
2) Barring 1), is there a way for the TS client to automatically connect without going through the windows XP logon sequence? I'm trying to use it as an automation controller for A/V stuff, so I want it to be as simple and non-technical for my wife or others to operate.
3) If I have multiple ePods, it appears that they would all end up sharing the same desktop on the XP server rather than run in their own environments if using the same ID, and it doesn't appear that you can use multiple ID's on the server at once (it just switches). At least that's what XP Pro RC1 seems to do. I'm a Unix hack, so maybe I'm missing something. But I'd like multiple Epods to operate at the same time using a web server backend for the control application.
4) There seems to be a lot fewer options on Windows XP terminal service functions (using RDP at least) compared to what some people seem to have seen with Windows 2000 terminal services - is called something else other than remote desktop?
Thanks so much.