Pendrive Kingston DTSP/1GB disconnected when login a Remote Desktop in Win 2008 R2 64

I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bits working fine with a Kingston DTSP/1GB pendrive working perfect in its secure mode.

When I connect with a Remote Desktop session, it disconnects and I have to remove and insert it again

If I open in notepad a file in the pendrive it doesn't disconnect, but I can't run it automatically and I need an automatic solution.

I have to run an application in the pendrive from the Terminal Server session, so I need it doesn't disconnect.

Thanks, Ariel
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IanThCommented:
the problem is imho that the usb pen is connected to your account and when you rdp the account is different so thats why it needs to be removed and added again
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IanThCommented:
as when you start rdp using the same account you account is logged out before you can rdp in
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
I'm logging with other user. But, there is any way to kkep the pendrive active in the user that steel connected?
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IanThCommented:
I dont think so why are you using a pen drive in this instance
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
It is a security control in the server
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IanThCommented:
oh its not for data !

is your security control or a companies as the company may be able to tell you
if not you might need to somehow make the pen drive run as a service not a user
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
It is for security and data because some data for security is saved on the pendrive. And there is a user that put the pendrive and access to the private area of the pendrive to allow to save the data
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IanThCommented:
ok I dont think thats a decent security setup as pen drives aren't really for that unless the user name never changes imho
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
I don't undertand
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IanThCommented:
why are you using a pen drive for security I would use a very very secure folder as a pen drive can be taken away in a pocket lol
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
It's no my security election... Is what I have...
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IanThCommented:
so you developed it?

or did somebody else  
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
I maintain the application and the network
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IanThCommented:
well sorry I cannot help you
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
ok, thanks
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arilaniAuthor Commented:
Finally I reinstalled the OS with Win XP and woked fine
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