Hello, I have some custom software that I am running on windows sever 2003. Right now I have it setup so if the power goes out and the server gets restarted it auto logins to the administrator account on session - 0 (which is the console). Then the custom software auto starts from there.
This has been working fine, I just use pcAnywhere to remote connect to the server. But pcAnywhere is unreliable and I want to use windows remote desktop. When I remote connect with remote desktop it creates a new session so I can't view the custom software running on session - 0 (the console). But I can shadow it by typing shadow 0 in the command prompt. But the problem now is I can't copy and paste from local to remote computer, and I can't map my local drives to the remote computer. But I could before when I wasn't shadowing.
So my solution would be to run everything on session - 1 and not the console. The problem is I need to know how to make it so when the computer starts up, it will auto login to session - 1, and not just login to the console. Can this be done? Thanks.