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Terminal Services Clients Intermittent Copy/Paste Problem

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Users are experincing intermittent problems with copy/paste. If they Log off the session and log back on then copy/paste works fine again.
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webmar45 earned 125 total points
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Hi maybee it has somethink to do with clipboard mapping within the session, take a look at you settings,

Please try the following steps:

1. On the Terminal Server, click Start -> Run, enter "tscc.msc" without the
quotation marks to launch the Terminal Services Configuration snap-in.
2. Click Connections, right-click the connection in the right pane, and then
select
Properties.
3. Under the Client Settings tab, and check "Clip Board mapping" under the
"Disable the following" section. That way, the Clipboard mapping is
disabled.

You can not copy data from the TS session to the local console. However, the
Copy/Past function still works in the TS session.

For more information of Terminal Services, please visit the following Web
site:

Terminal Services
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/technologies/terminal/default.asp
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by:seb_acker
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try to describe your problems
do you have one or more TSE servers ?
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