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Tiff viewer for Server 2008 R2 (Terminal Server

Posted on 2012-03-13
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We have installed server 2008 R2 (Terminal Server) and looking for tiff viewer that can read annotations previously saved from Citrix server. As default Windows Photo Viewer doesn't show annotation created with previous Citrix system. I am quite happy if we have to buy third party application can do the job. I have tried Irfanview but no luck.
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it doesnt say support Server 2008 R2.
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It does say Vista so it should work.  It's not a hardware driver anyway....
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