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We have a farm of 8 Windows 2003 x64 Terminal servers.  For some reason, we can copy and paste from the local PC to the terminal server session.  However, we cannot copy and paste from the terminal server session to the local PC.

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The service executable "RDPClip.exe" is running on this server?
If not, try to start it (on command prompt, type RDPCLIP and press enter..) and test the clipboard copy.

If it is running, kill it and start again...
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This helped.  Thanks.
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