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Intranet in Terminal Server Question

I have developed an Intranet package for my company to use.  The ONLY problem I have run into is when the pages are run from within a Terminal Server session.  Since I have a JavaScript scroll box in my pages for announcements, etc.  everytime the scroll refreshes the inserted images flicker.  This also happens when mouse rolls over Fireworks HTML images.  This does not happen in a normal session.  What is causing this to happen inside Terminal Session and is there a fix?

Thanks in advance,

IPT
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dorwardCommented:
It happens in a Terminal Session becuase the refresh rate of an image being sucked over a network is rather less that one which only has to shoot along a VGA cable.

There isn't a fix, its a limitation of remote computing.

I suggest you replace the automatically scrolling element with an element that has scrollbars. Then users can scroll it at whatever pace their like, and it won't distract people from other content on the page.
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iptraderAuthor Commented:
Here is the solution:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=271246

I implemented the change for IE6 and it worked like a charm.  Thought I'd post this in case someone runs into the same issue.

Thanks,

IPT
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