There is no problem for two or more users to run other
applications. The problem lies in one specific
application which I wrote. This application
(client/server application) is running without a problem
is client/server environment. Now one of my customers
wants to use it in Remote Desktop environment where this
bug of the>-----Original Message-----
>I suggest you have a test to know if there's problem orthe same time in>application.
>Try to let two or more users run another application atserver or the>remote desktop, to see if it is the problem of terminalRemote>problem of that application.
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>"Einar" <einarhafl.is> wrote in message
>news:25bdf01c4610c$f9c07ce0$a401280aphx.gbl...>>I am running Windows2003 server with Terminal Server
>> installed. I have an application on the server which I
>> want clients to access (use) through Remote Desktop
>> connection. The first client that loggs in can use the
>> application. If another client loggs on (with theserver?>> Desktop) and tries to run this application it gets
>> exception and the program crashes. Why cant I let two
>> users run the same application inside the Terminal>