[THIN] Re: Publishing App as a User

  For your automatic login, you could publish the app anonymously.
  As for your app, you may need one or more application compatibility flags
to modify how the application is treated by Terminal Services. One of the
flags explicitly tells TS that the app is 16-bits. See:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;186499

JD

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> On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 15:24:46 +0100, Lilley, Brian 
> <brian.lilley@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Andrew, there is a GPO setting to restrict execution of 
> 16bit apps...??
> > perhaps one user has it and another doesn't?
> 
> Good guess, but that wont be it - the app actually runs, but 
> when you load its datafile, it comes up with a wonderfully 
> helpful "Error 75, Path/file access error". Its making me mad 
> as none of the folders/files are longer than 8 chars, filemon 
> sees no denied or notfounds and it doesnt even use the registry!
> 
> Hmm another thought.. anyone got a VB3 decompiler handy? :)
> 
> Andrew
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