Ok i can't find what im looking for on the net, so im hoping someone here mite be able to help me!
I have a feed coming through the line-in jack on my windows xp machine that i would LIKE to be able to hear over RDP but can't. i was reallly hoping someone may have had this problem and fixed it, or no of some sorta work around. i can play alll other sounds fine. i can record the feed and play it back no problems, but can't listen to it live which i need to be able to do.
any suggestions would be great :!:
what application are you using to listen to the line-in sounds?
i'm guessing your normal playback works fine through RDP sound redirection?
i guess you can always test it with remote desktop client 5.2 instead of 5.1, see if there is a difference
yeah all normal sounds work fine. its a microphone for monitoring, and it plugs into the line-in/mic-in.
is RDP client 5.2 not inbuilt into XP Pro Sp2? is there away of telling which ver of RDP i have installed?
i have a work around atm. i have this free internet radio program that takes the line-in and streams it over the net. quite simple, but with a 10second delay. ill see if thats a buffing thing i can change in WMP. it would be good though if i could linsten to it over RDP though, cause i still need to go in and view a few things at the same time.
thanks for the help.
i doubt it will help, but when you open your remote desktop connection window, right click on the title bar at the top (in blue where it says remote desktop connection in white), choose about, by default all xp systems have 5.1