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Terminal Services and Outlook issues

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We are using terminal services and one station can not get outlook to open.  Any ideas?  Is there any other info that I need to tell you about?  Let me know.  Thanks for the help.
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Question by:fletchman
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by:adonis1976
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what happens when u try to open it?
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by:rustyrpage
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Is it one station or one user?
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Zaheer Iqbal earned 1500 total points
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Well thats not enough to go on is it...
!st of all check for permissions..
Check event viewer for errors straight after u are trying to open the program too and post errors from event viewer..
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by:fletchman
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It's one station
The hour glass pops up and stays there
Let me check on the errors after trying to open the program
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by:fletchman
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checked event viewer and then checked microsofts knowledge base--thanks for the help
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