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Sage BusinessWorks works on Terminal Server directly but not via Terminal Server Session

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I have been called in to look at a previously set up network.  There are two servers, One setup with SBS 2003 and the other with Windows 2003.  Sage BusinessWorks is installed on both and terminal services is used on the Windows 2003 box.  The SBS has a domain but the terminal server is not part of the domain nor are any of the workstations.  The users have previously connected to the terminal server and ran the BusinessWorks software however now the ability is intermittant.
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Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't??

Have you tried changing to the relaxed security mode?  Should be in terminal services configuration in administrative tools.

Only other issues I've really had with intermittent problems were related to graphics requirements.  24bit/16bit etc.  You can lock that in from the rdp client in options or force it via terminal services configuration.
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