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Can Wisptis.exe running on a win 2000 terminal server cause slowness/locking up issues?

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Can instances of Wisptis.exe running on a win 2000 terminal server cause slowness/locking up issues? If so,  how do I resolve it?

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Wisptis.exe is related to input devices, specifically a pen or mouse.  Please see the following link for removal steps or a script that can do this automatically.  

As always, backup & proceed w/ caution, editing the registry is done at your own risk.


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Wisptis.exe can cause problems with your pointer, for example, switch on windows min/max animations and try to move the mouse while minimizing a window with wisptis.exe running. The mouse pointer is freeze for a milisecond

The best solution for now is replace c:\windows\system32\wisptis.exe for an empty exe or null file. Easily can be done in VB for example, I dont know if a empty renamed .txt file do the work. However you can lose some functions, msn messenger handwriting tab does not work, etc..
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