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RDP Not Working as Needed From SharePoint Site.

Good day All. I have created an application in MS Access and it resides on a Terminal Server. We have created an RDP that has been placed on a SharePoint Site. When I click the link it goes to the TS copies the file I need and loads it on my laptop. This is working just fine for my account. The issue I have is that this connection will not work for some and will work, but only intermittently, for others. Concensus in-house seems to be that it is likey permissions or policy settings on the Terminal Server. I appreciate any assistance that is available.

I really don't want to have to call Microsoft!!!!
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wlacroixCommented:
Your laptop has the necessary application to open it.

Does your terminal server?

is it intermittent on the terminal server or other laptops\desktops?
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EMCITAuthor Commented:
Yes all the laptops accessing it have the necessary software as does the TS.
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wlacroixCommented:
The users that it works for, do they have standard domain permissions or higher elevations?

Is your account an administrative?

I would create a test user, and try it.
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EMCITAuthor Commented:
My account is Administrator, the other users are not.
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wlacroixCommented:
compare the user accounts that work, with the ones that dont work, permission wise.
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EMCITAuthor Commented:
OK.......Do you know if I can copy a file in SharePoint and paste to a local machine? I can't get the path to the SP file to work in VB.
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