"help me transfer files between servers as I need to do it programmatically."
Server 2000 would never need RDP to move a file. There must be some truly ODD requirement to not use the standard file shares and even FTP for this task.
My answer is going to be no. Never going to happen per RDP.
I?m trying to find a way to use drive sharing in Windows Server 2000 like it is usable in Windows Server 2003 (by bringing with the RDP session, the drive letters I want).
I tried the DRMAPCLT ?fix? provided by MS but it was not working as I expected.
I cannot use third party software with a graphical interface to help me transfer files between servers as I need to do it programmatically.
When I go to the ?Terminal Services Configuration? MMC and open de ?RDP-Tcp? properties, on the ?Client settings? tab I see the ?Drive mapping? greyed checkbox (it is also checked). Why is it greyed and why can?t I use this drive mapping utility (working so well in Windows Server 2003) ?
If there?s no fix or third party component that can do this, is there a way we can install a more recent version of the Microsoft RDP server side (client side already have a version recent enough to support it).