Setup Xrdp over Xorg in CentOS Linux System with Multi Sessions

This article covers how to run Xrdp over Xorg protocol, which far most secure and recommended over the XVNC protocols.
Also, we covered the sessions manager that how you can manage your remote connections by tweaking its configuration parameters which sometimes come in a challenging phase.

Configure XRDP to Securely Connect Remote Linux Servers - Step by step process ?

This article covers how to install and use XRDP to securely connect to remote servers. Xrdp is an open-source implementation of the Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) that allows you to control a remote system graphically. 

With RDP, you can log in to the remote machine and create a real desktop session the same as if you had logged in to a local machine.

Installing Xrdp on Debian:

Xrdp package is available in the standard Debian repositories. To install it, run:

$ sudo apt install xrdp 

The service will automatically start once the installation process is complete. You can verify that the Xrdp service is running by typing:

$ sudo systemctl status xrdp

How to Configure Xrdp on Linux?

The Xrdp configuration files are stored in the /etc/xrdp directory.

Whenever you make any changes to the configuration file you need to restart the Xrdp service:

$ sudo systemctl restart xrdp