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DWG Viwer for Server 2008

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Does anyone know a decent DWG viewer that will work on Windows Server 2008 acting as a Terminal Server?
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Try DWGSee - claims to work in a TS environment.

You can find it here: http://www.filetransit.com/view.php?id=34922
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by:Brock_Deighton
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Thanks jaydee-cdgp, but Server 2008 (nor any server version) is listed as a supported platform. Do you know if it does work on 2008?
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I don't have a Server 2008 to test it on.  Seems to work on our Server 2003 TS env no problems.
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