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Windows TSweb, Full screen mode

Posted on 2001-06-26
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Hi,

We are using a Windows 2000 Service Web Connection to access a global database.
I want the users to have the full screen mode, but I get an error that because of security settings this is not possible. When you are in the app. you can toggle it when using the alt+ctr+pause but I want it automatically

How can I toggle this setting off? Any ideas?

Cheers
BJ
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BramJan is tsweb the coolest thing or what ? I personally think its awsom... I wish more people knew about it..
-The easiest way to overcome this vbscript setting is to add the url for terminal server to the trusted sites...

-Example..
-Go to tools, internet options.
-Click security tab , then click trusted sites.
-Click "Sites" button & uncheck "require https" at the bottom. Add the url as a trusted site.. http://www.tsweb.com/ts"
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by:BramJan
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Hi Housenet,

You're my hero! It works :)
I love this site, I use it a lot for Access2000.

I'm not really familiar yet with tsweb, fut so far it's an excellent solution. I have a database used globally, but the speed was horrible, we used Citrix and quite and old server.
Now we have this new tsweb and a new server, speeds has increased by 200%!

But thx a lot for your quick help...

Cheers
BJ
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-Thanks BJ & I agree. Fast, nice... & its just windows & a web URL so no leaning curve. You should go to the terminal server site & download the couple of patches that exist for tsweb... For example one lets you copy files by redirecting them through the clipboard... So on the terminal server you copy to clip board (CTRL+ALT+PLUS SIGN ) & on the local station you paste...
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Hi Housente,

That site you're talking about, is that the windows site or another dedicated tsweb site?

Cheers
BJ
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