Theresa Arzadon-Labajo

Remote Desktop Audio

Posted by Theresa Arzadon-Labajo (tarzadon) on May 07 2009
Tech Stuff >> Windows

Installed "Sound Blaster Audigy" card in Dell PowerEdge 2850 on Windows Server 2003.

After rebooting, Blue Screen of Death with "DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" and error about mraid35x.sys

Went into BIOS and changed IRQ assignments.  The machine booted up.

Verified that Device Manager shows that the sound card is installed correctly. Tested that local sound works.

Connected from Linux "rdesktop -r sound:remote". Went to Control Panel ->Sounds and Audio Devices.
It said "Microsoft RDP Driver".  Device volume was set to low.  If you raise the volume, then click on Apply, it goes back to low.

Terminal Services Configuration->Connections->RDP-Tcp properties. Client Settings shows Audio Mapping disabled.


Connected from Windows XP machine using Remote Desktop Connection. Went to Options->Local Resources->Remote Computer Sound. Set to "Bring to this computer".  Sound works for Windows->Windows RDP.

Went to Control Panel->Sounds and Audio Devices.  Device volume was set to High.



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