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Hello,

Is it possible with MS Terminal Services cliënt to view only the "real" server console. E.g. the same functionality as Remote Administrator or TightVnc.

I've a older program running on a W2k server. At the moment I connect the server through MS Terminal Services, I can't see that the program is already running. The program can't start twice.

Gr.
Roger
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Hi dedirecteur,
Not sure quite what your after but try using Dameware http://www.dameware.com/

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Hi dedirecteur,

You can't shadow the console session with your Terminal Server client. No way to work around it too. You can logon to your server through your TS client, open the taskmanager, go to the 'processes'-screen and check if the executable of your older program is running!
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Kind regards,

Devoorzittervanderaadvanbestuur.
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alphen

man that is one long name :0)
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It sure is man. It sure is...
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