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Google Talk Notifications in Remote Desktop

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I'm testing Google Talk on my laptop.  When I'm on my desktop, I can see new chat notifications just fine.  But if I'm logged into another computer via Remote Desktop, I do not see any new chat notifications.  Is there a setting I can change so that Google Talk will show my notifications on top of Remote Desktop?  This way I can tell if someone needs to chat with me, even if I'm in a remote desktop session.

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the chat feature is handled similiar to a pop-up
sometimes it works in partial windows but not full screens

See this article

http://www.winserverkb.com/Uwe/Forum.aspx/windows-ts/12299/Window-Pop-Ups-Over-a-Remote-Desktop-Fullscreen-Possible
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