If you have a Windows VPS and want to hear audio output from it, all you have to do is follow the steps below once youre
logged on to the VPS via remote desktop.
Click the start button, select run from the menu and run the command services.msc.
Scroll through the list of services until you find the Windows Audio Service.
Right-click the service and select start to start the Windows Audio service (this should start Windows Audio Endpoint
Builder service as well).
- Right-click the service, select properties from the menu and in the General tab set the startup type to Automatic.
Do this for both services.
- Click the Start button, select administrative tools, then terminal services and finally terminal services
In the Terminal Services Configuration window, right-click the RDP-TCP connection and select properties.
Go to client settings tab, untick the Audio box in the Redirection settings, click apply and OK. Youll get a
notification warning you that the settings wont apply to this session.
Close the configuration window and log-off your vps
Start RDP on your client machine. Click the options button, navigate to the Local Resources tab and make sure that
Remote Computer Sound is set to Bring to this computer.
- Reconnect to your VPS, audio output from the remote machine should now be audible on your local machine.