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Pop up GUI remotely via SSH
- From: trimat <vincenzo dot monteverde at barclays dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2015 09:07:49 -0700 (MST)
- Subject: Pop up GUI remotely via SSH
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I would like to pup up on Windows 7 the GUI of a program started remotely
from SSH. I can't obtain this with *cygstart* even though I see the process
running in Windows Task Manager. Trying to add /--interactive/ flag to
Cygwin service /sshd/, the service doesn't start.
I am aware of the Windows restriction /Session 0 Isolation/ (introduced in
Windows Vista) but I read a few posts in which it seems possible. I have
tried lots of solutions but till now I am able to accomplish that not using
Cygwin but with *PsExec* (utility of /Windows Sysinternals/).
Any clue how to do it with Cygwin?
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