Release Notes: This release includes features regarding authentication and security such as Network Level Authentication (NLA) which adds support for SSL/TLSv1 connections and kerberos server authentication. Connection sharing for SeamlessRDP will use the same connection against a terminal server to start additional applications. This was done implementing inter-process communication (IPC) for rdesktop, where a master process is controlled by slave processes. Smart card single-sign-on functionality is available for both plain rdp and CredSSP using a PIN passed as an argument to rdesktop.
Release Notes: A directory traversal vulnerability with disk redirection against malicious servers has been fixed. Several stability problems with 64-bit systems have been fixed. The support for recent Windows versions such as Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 7 has been improved. A few keyboard related bugs has been fixed. The compatibility with PulseAudio/padsp has been improved. RandR is supported, so the session will be automatically resized if the local screen size changes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the clipboard INCR protocol, Unicode on the Clipboard, Session Directory, SeamlessRDP, long filenames on redirected drives, large files, and Windows Vista Beta 2. It fixes connection issues with Windows XP RTM, SGI/Irix sound driver issues and high CPU usage in the OSS sound driver, XOR ellipse drawing, and display issues with exotic color depths.
Release Notes: This version adds support for basic disk, parallel, printer and serial redirection, Xembed integration into other applications, RDP bandwidth selection (experience level), basic RDP compression, disconnect reason reporting, and persistent bitmap caching. Bugs were fixed in the time zone redirection, backing store handling, and other areas.
Release Notes: This release contains support for the RDP version 5 protocol and some of the associated features, including 15/16/24-bit color depth, clipboard redirection, and sound redirection.
Release Notes: Support for high colour displays and Windows 2000 Terminal Services added.