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Unable to access the VB.NET application deployed through Terminal Services

Postby bharathi indukuri via DotNetMonster.com » Sun, 20 Feb 2005 05:28:28 GMT

Hi,

We have a VB.NET application deployed on the computer. When we try to
access this application through Terminal Services, the message pops up
saying that the application is already running eventhough we open it for
the first time. But when we add the Windows user to the Administrators
group on Terminal Server, the application works fine.

Can anyone help us how to resolve this issue?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Unable to access the VB.NET application deployed through Terminal Services

Postby Cor Ligthert » Sun, 20 Feb 2005 17:42:35 GMT

Bharathi,

I think that this is more a terminal server question than a VBNet language 
question.

Your terminal server is running the program.
However there seems to be some confilicts in that.

I think it is better to ask this question in a newsgroup for terminal server 
where the point that it is VBNet can be important because it is using the 
Framework.

(What maybe can be as well a nice newsgroup for this question however tell 
than not VBNet however the Framework or a Net program).




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I hope this helps a very little bit.

Cor



Re: Unable to access the VB.NET application deployed through Terminal Services

Postby bharathi indukuri via DotNetMonster.com » Wed, 23 Feb 2005 07:06:44 GMT

Cor,

Thank you very much. I will post this question in newsgroup for Terminal
Services.

Bharathi

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