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Windows Terminal Server 2008 Excel and calc does not save right

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i have installed an Windows Terminal Server 2008 R2. There are 5 users wich do chances on one Excel 2010 file. Sometimes the excel file will not saved right. When an user open it over RDP the file can't be open. i can only save back the backup-file. Nothing i tryed worked so i say we use now OpenOffice - Calc to edit the file. We created an new openoffice (.ods) an copy the data from the exel file. All users worsk with RDP. When an user work with the file and save it some times there is no format when the file will be open after saveing. The new information in the file will be saved but the format will not saved. Dows somone can help me with this problem? I Testet LibreOffice too. But here ist the same error. With Excel the file will be curupt after somtimes saving and we can't open it.
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