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Installing Terminal Services on Windows 2008 after installing other programs

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Hello Experts:

I am running Windows 2008 Standard R2 with Timberline 9.7.0 installed and in production.  I would like to install terminal services on the Windows 2008 Server but I am afraid it might cause Timberline to stop working.  Does anyone know if this should be attempted or not?  I would like another company to access the server and you the new printing features located in terminal services.   Any advise is welcomed.
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Darius Ghassem earned 500 total points
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If you don't install the program within TS install mode or through the control panel you can potentially cause the program to stop working. Now I have put servers in TS App Mode after installing programs on the servers without issues but I have had the programs not work properly as well.

So, recommendation is to not put server in TS App mode unless you are willing to reinstall software in Install Mode
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Thanks you are a life saver!!
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