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install program terminal server 2008 registry not copied

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I work in a software-developing-company and a lot of our customers use terminal server. Now after installing our 32-bit software on a TS 2008 we see that the registry-information is not copied like it used to.

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Can you add a little more info to this?  What registry information are you used to seeing?

Is it not propagating the registry as it should?

is it local machine, current user?  
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I install  the 32bit software as administrator on the server.  It works fine with admin-user, but when other users logg in, none of these registry settings are being copied to the user.
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What is NOT transfered
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Found solution ourself.
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