Seemless application deployment with RDP Client
Does anyone know how I get RDP / Remote Desktop / Terminal Services client to connect to a Terminal Services server, run a single applications (SIMS) and not display a standard red "close" button at the top of the window? Actually, I'd like to hide the whole window if possible so it looks to the user as though they are just running SIMS, and when they click the "close" button SIMS just closes.
At the moment, the user has a choice of two close buttons - SIMS' small grey one and Windows' larger red one. If they click SIMS' small grey close button SIMS will close and the RDP session will automatically logoff and go away, but if they click the red close button they will simply close the current RDP connection, leaving SIMS open (and consuming memory, I assume) on the server. It would be nice to avoid to much confusion amoungst end users and just give them a button which does a close-SIMS-and-log-off.
Can this be sorted out with the standard Windows RDP client, or is there a third party application suitible somewhere?