Happy new year all!
Right, not entirely sure where to put this, I'll start here and see how we go.
This all centres around the RPT file.
I can view the server RPT just fine. We run Server 2008 Web which allows me to remote desktop (from my laptop) into the server and using baretail I can see the file in realtime. It's excellent. RPT on one screen, game on another.
There's just 1 problem though. The server RPT get's spammed with useless junk.
Is just some of it. Could I run another application that constantly edited the RPT file to remove this stuff in real time? Perhaps based on rules? The server app doesn't maintain file lock even when it's writing, so it should be possible for another application to delete some lines in real time.
Client: Object 2:82374 (type Type_103) not found.
Client: Object 2:82375 (type Type_203) not found.
Client: Object 2:87557 (type Type_85) not found.
This is more complex because when I'm in the game, I cant see the game and the RPT on the screen at the same time. Windows remote desktop is a non runner obviously as it would log me out on the gaming machine.
So, is there a way for my laptop to see, in real time, the contents on my client RPT and ideally, edit the junk lines out of it in the way I described earlier?