Remote Desktop and popups


I am remotely administering a Windows 2003 server.  I have noticed that just-in-time debugging application popup windows do NOT show up on my remote desktop.  If I go to the server I will see the application popup box asking me if I want to debug… but I have to physically go to the server to see it.  I don't see any configuration option that tells the remote desktop application to display application popups.  How do I manage this?
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Run RDP using the console switch  MSTSC /CONSOLE
santaspores1Author Commented:
It seems that that the /console switch is no longer supported after service pack 3 of XP.  And mstsc /? doesn't mention it....
if i remember correctly the /admin switch will do the same as the old /console switch in newer operating systems. try using that instead
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Try the /admin instead

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santaspores1Author Commented:
aha - but now it is /ADMIN.  Thanks for putting me on the right path!!!
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