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Only local user can run application properly on remote server

Posted on 2013-01-21
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Administrator & local user have no issue to lauch application (which been configured automatically executed when log in ) on remote server . To do this , they connect to server by using remote dekstop connection (rdp) . FYI , the server platform is Win 2k . But , there is a permission denied to lauch the apps for domain user . The domain user can log in to the remote server without any problem if we didnt configured execute apps automatically during log in .
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by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
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All apps on the remote computer give this error?

What about notepad etc?
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by:Panda 5888
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Only one app "Notepad" been published at this moment .
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by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
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So is it citrix or similar?
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by:Panda 5888
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Using a 3rd party software named "Remote application center 5.0" .
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Hi All ,
Thanks for the response . Seem like using older version of this 3rd party software "Remote application center" , it worked perfectly on win 2k platform without giving any user permission issue .
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by:Panda 5888
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Tested own commented solution which worked out to solve the problem .
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