Revolution standalones and Windows terminal services
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Mon Oct 25 11:48:20 CDT 2004
I’m not very familiar with terminal services or how it works, but do any of
you have network applications out there running off a Windows 2003 server
using terminal services? I had a call from a customer today who said that
he got the server portion of our app running fine (installs Valentina
server), and installing and running the client applications on the server
itself works fine. But when he goes to a workstation and tries to run the
application, black boxes appear where most buttons should be. Sounds like
some kind of a display or video card incompatibility to me, but it works
fine running on the server itself. And from what I understand about
terminal services is that the workstations, which are pretty much just dumb
terminals, use everything (hardware) from the server. Is that not correct?
So why would things not display on the workstations?
The buttons in question are custom buttons with png graphics for the most
part. If anyone has any ideas at all, I would greatly appreciate it.
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