UPS Worldship Software

Has anyone run UPS Worldship software through Terminal Services on Windows 2000 with any success?  I have never set up terminal services but It would be nice if this software could run through it.

Same goes for the Department of Defense clearance submisison software EPSQ?
donnatroniousAsked:
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adonis1976Commented:
assuming that the software is installed on the server, and if the Terminal Services is installed in its Application server mode(repeat, Application server mode), you should be able to run the software. Doesnt matter what software it is.

While you install the Terminal services, you should have an option to select the installation type as either Application server mode or Remote Server mode. Select the Application server mode. You will be good.

hope that helps.

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donnatroniousAuthor Commented:
Yes I know all this.  I was wandering if anyone had any experience running these applications though terminal services.  Thanks
gmyroupCommented:
I have been trying to run UPS Worldship from Terminal Server. I can only run the application under the Administrator login. If I try to run to it under a user (who.... I have added to the administrator group) I get a CoCreateInstance error and the application will not run.

Any Help out there?
zilla1126Commented:
Log in as administrator and uninstall the software.  Give the user in question admin rights.  Install the software as that user.  That should do it.
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