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VB Apps under Windows 2000 Terminal Services

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I am designing some application in Visual Basic 6.0 which will enventually run under Windows 2000 Server Terminal Services. Can anyone offer any tips or refer me to any document that points out particular issues and resolutions in this scenario? E.g. user configuration saving, user preference isolation, etc.
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Thanks ... You have pointed out one issue. But I am also interested in others like, registry entires for individual users, configurations, etc. Please provide more help
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