Use the menu for file transfer.
Unlike a normal RDP session the browsers do not allow to access the hard drives directly, so the file transfer is emulated.
A sub-folder of the client machine gets mounted as a WebFile device into your RDP session. Inside the RDP session you can access it via Explorer by clicking on “WebFile” or call “\\tsclient\WebFile” directly.
On the browser side the files are showed inside the browser’s list menu. It can be opened via action menu or with Shift + F12.
If you want to avoid this behavior, set the following line in Clients\www\software\html5\settings.js :
dropboxonnewfile = 0;
Additionally you can set:
sharedfolder = "yes";
to show shared folder and share your files with other users (disabled by default).>
If you do not have a file named “settings.js” in the “C:\Program Files (x86)\RDPLUS\Clients\www\software\html5” folder, then your TSplus version is older and this documentation does not apply. Please update your system first or contact support.
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