RemoteApp error on 2008 Terminal server

We are running a 2008 terminal server that has remote apps published on them. We can run office apps and notepad on it but when we try to run the front end of our ERP system we get the following error. The program did not start on the Remote Computer. For assistance please call your system admin.
Thing is, it was running fine for a couple of days then all of sudden we get this. We have even gotten to the point where we started from scratch only to get the same problem. So you can see that I am pretty much plexed on this one. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

kingsburyAsked:
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zemp1212Connect With a Mentor Commented:
do people login with different credentials? can you add that mapping in the login script?
In cause something is getting screwy I would use
net use T: /del /yes >nul
net use T: \\server\share
or even in the profiles you can add a bat or executable to the startup with that type of stuff
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zemp1212Commented:
On that server in the event logs are you getting this error
"Error in System Event Logs: Event ID 1045 - The Terminal Services license server cannot update the license attributes"...  
 
if so the server is not part of the Terminal Server License Servers group in AD.
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kingsburyAuthor Commented:
I don't see that one. I see EVENT ID 1004. Which I am looking into now. I am not sure why it is not issuing license since we have 25.
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zemp1212Commented:
its not about how many you have its where the server object is located in your AD stucture.
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kingsburyAuthor Commented:
The server is part of the AD group. I am not getting the error message in Event Viewer. I can see the the apps in TSweb and can run local things like notepad and office. It is just this ERP system I cannot get to run anymore.   I checked to see where things are with his account and matched it. I created local accounts and try running and still does not launch. Is there another place that would need rights to run something. I have them in the remote users group. still nothing. I added my account the admin group and it still will not run.
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zemp1212Commented:
And ERP server is a member of the Terminal Server License Servers group in AD?
if it is then i am a little stumped.
 
Try a searchin AD for "terminal" and then look in Terminal Server License Servers group and tell me how many, if any, servers you have under the member tab?
 
trying to get and idea of the set up..
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kingsburyAuthor Commented:
There are 3 servers listed in there. The actual license server, the terminal server and now the ERP server. All 3 are in the terminal server license servers group.  I did the search in AD for terminal and it returned Terminal Server Computers and Terminal Server License Servers.
In the Terminal Server Computers it is just our terminal server.
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zemp1212Commented:
That all sounds fine... hmmm...
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kingsburyAuthor Commented:
ok after trying different things all day yesterday, I think I know what the problem is. To use the different apps for our ERP system we have a drive mapping to a folder on the app server and the drive T: is not getting mapped. For the apps to run there are arguments that need this drive mapping to load. Now, I just need to figure out how to get the T: drive mapped before the app starts to load. Any suggestions?
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kingsburyAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help, so much appreciated. Adding the batch to the startup worked. I already had login scripts running but the app would launch and fail before the scripts had a chance to run
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