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Old 08.07.2016, 18:30
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Post Copy files between PC's (through RDP or \\srv\file)

Hi and thanks again for this amazing project.
Remote Desktop Protocol (Terminal Services) support the copy files trough Clipboard.
It is possible to add this protocol to JDownloader?. ie, Copy File in remote computer and paste it in JDownloader (with resume option)
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And support for \\server\file.ext?

If the proposal is interesting, it could provide more documentation, perform tests, etc.

Anyway, greetings from Spain.
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Old 09.07.2016, 03:16
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I don't see us adding support for this myself, lets see what Appwork have to say.

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Old 09.07.2016, 12:37
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Thanks @raztoki and sorry for write in wrong forum (obviously this is a suggestion).
I use JDownloader for all my downloads (http, ftp, etc.). When i copy files from remote server (VPN, rdp) and i miss this option. I dont know the numbers of users who use a remote server.
I know this is a complex implementation.
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Old 09.07.2016, 13:02
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most if have remote server use VPN and network or harddrive mapping within Windows Explorer/or equivalent vs using applications like JDownloader.
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Old 11.07.2016, 09:19
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RDP File transfer is not possible because it is provided by the RDP Application itself and to my knowledge it is not possible to intercept this via 3rd party application.
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Old 11.07.2016, 09:27
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There are applications that interface with the windows shell, for instance 'Total Copy' or 'TeraCopy' which give additional functionality like resume/speed limit/queued transfers/history of transfer/etc.

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Old 11.07.2016, 10:08
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For RDP?
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Old 11.07.2016, 10:46
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no for windows hard drives/shares and file transfers.
rpd is typically just for remote control.
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