In the Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server profiles editor "Resources" tab you will find the following options:
Enable Clipboard
Check this option to enable the clipboard on the remote connection.
Enable Intermediate
Check this option to have an intermediate disk available on the connections created through this profile.
Disk name
This is the name to identify the intermediate disk among the other remote desktop disks.
Automatically download any newly-added file
If set to true, Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server will automatically download any file saved or copied in the Intermediate disk direction. Files with the format *.tmp y ~$*.* are excluded by default. Exclude different files from this download by configuring the ini file (see below).
Enable Sound
Check this option to enable the remote sound to be reproduced within the browser. The remote sound works only with Firefox and Chrome web browsers.
Sound quality
Determines the quality that Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server will use to reproduce the remote sound. The highest the quality, the most resources will be required.
The Thinfinity.RemoteDesktop.Server.ini configuration file location depends on the Windows version Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server is running at:
C:\ProgramData\Cybele Software\Thinfinity\Remote Desktop Server\Thinfinity.RemoteDesktop.Server.ini
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Cybele Software\Thinfinity\Remote Desktop Server\Thinfinity.RemoteDesktop.Server.ini (older Windows versions)
Inside the ini file, create an [AutoDownload] section and use the 'Exclusion' key with the values that you want to exclude using Glob Expression Syntax (standard DOS mode), separated by the "|" char. You can also use the regular expression notation to indicate which files to exclude, except for the single pipe character, which is reserved for Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server to notice separation between exclusion rules. Use the double pipe character, instead, within the regex for the "or" operator.
Take a look at the following example. Notice the use of ":" at the beginning of the jpg exclusion rule and the double pipe to note that files starting with the letter a or the letter b will be excluded.
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