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Using Terminal Server with Thin Clients when clicking on an object the mouse double clicks.

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We have a 2003 Terminal Server that we use HP Thin Clients to connect. When the users are using the TS and they click on an object such as a number for numeric entry the mouse double clicks causing a double number entry. We have tried adjusting the mouse settings on the Terminal Server which has made no difference.

Is there a setting on the RDP client (Thin Client) session that I should be looking for?

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Rahul Agarwal earned 1000 total points
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This happens when mouse drivers become corrupt
try removing/reinstalling mouse drivers on your TS Server
Are you using MS mouse ?
try installing microsoft intellipoint software on the TS server. it gives better control over mouse

you can also follow :
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/266738
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