We are accessing a database using Microsoft Access 2003 on a Terminal Server. On the Terminal Server when we generate a report it takes a long time to get the results yet the very same report on a workstation is fast. With Filemon (Systermals) running on the terminal server we see that there are hundreds of writes being done to the local user profile creating a JETE917.TMP file. This turns out to be a zero byte file. This file is not created when the same process is run from a workstation. Looking for clues to why this is happening on the terminal and not on the workstations. It is severly impacting performance on the terminal server. The terminal server is also running Access 2003 on a Windows 2003 Server environment.