-darguments respecively did not help.
$ rdesktop -0 -u Thomas -d Midland 10.0.0.4
I was able to get around the problem by also using the
option, which can be used to specify the password to use for logging into
the remote system. E.g.,
-p password where password
is the password for the account on the remote system. If you don't want to
provide the password on the command line, which would record it in the
~/.bash_history for your account, if you are
using the Bash shell, you can use
instead. I.e., place a space than a dash character after the
-p to have rdesktop prompt you for the password.
$ rdesktop -0 -u Thomas -d Midland -p - 10.0.0.4 Autoselected keyboard map en-us Password:
I was then able to successfully log into the Windows system. I had to switch rdesktop from windowed mode to full-screen mode in order to access applications on the Microsoft Windows system, though.