Ad-hoc Connection escape character

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Ad-hoc Connection escape character

Ignacio Turegano
Is there a way to escape characters in the url for the quickconnect extension?

protocol://username:password@host:port/?parameters

Example not working because of @ and /:

rdp://guacamole:jx67YYY@Vf$YpoLkjiA/[hidden email]/?domain=LocalCross&security=nla&ignore-cert=true

Empty password is not an option for NLA security type


Thank you

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Re: Ad-hoc Connection escape character

vnick
On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 5:05 AM Ignacio Turegano <[hidden email]> wrote:
Is there a way to escape characters in the url for the quickconnect extension?

protocol://username:password@host:port/?parameters

Example not working because of @ and /:


Empty password is not an option for NLA security type


Yes, you would escape it using standard HTTP escape characters:


-NickĀ