We have 10 users to connect to 2008R2 TS and all use the same application( MS Great Plains 10.0). Some of these user's use dual screens and others don't.
My problem is that sometimes a when a user, (let's say one who uses a single monitor) opens the application, the app will not display for them as it is off screen, and they would have to right click on the application in the task bar and click on move to drag it to their screen. Also if one user delete an icon from the Start Menu it also removes from all.
They all have their own local profile, so I'm not sure why changes in one users enviroment is making changes in others.
This sounds as if the users have administrative rights on the terminal server (everyone will disencourage this). On a ts, as on every windows machine starting from nt, there is a start menu for each user
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