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System does not show running program in task bar when coming back from remote desktop (Windows Vista Business SP1)

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every time I come back to my office desktop after I have used it remotely, the system does not show running programs in the task bar, fails to show the Gadgets and presents a bunch of visual artefacts such as popup menu remnants. I normally reboot at that point. This problem started recently.
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If you log off and login again the problem disappears, but it's just a workaround
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I installed lastest drivers, CHKDSK the drive, cleaned the registry and rebooted. All working fine right now.
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