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setting terminal server 2008 application priority

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I need to set the priority of a remoteapp application in terminals services 2008. Is this possible?
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you may try two things:

1.) permananently save the priority you wish with a tool like this:
http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2009/02/25/permanently-set-process-priority-in-windows-task-manager-with-prio/
2.) start your app via batch:
CMD /C START /{priority} {path to program}
Where {path to program} is the fully qualified path to the program you wish to start
and
{priority} is one of LOW, NORMAL, HIGH, REALTIME, ABOVENORMAL, BELOWNORMAL

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