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Limitations of terminal session

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      2nd Oct 2005

I am using remote desktop to manage Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 servers.
Using terminal services i am trying to run MSI installation which call
"regasm" executable.
The problem is - installation works perfect locally, but fails over terminal

Additional details:
- no policies defined for Windows installed except one parameter for
allowing running MSI over terminal session
- the installation performed in all cases with local administrator user
- the problem appeared with normal terminal session and with "console"
terminal session.

What i am looking is - what are the limitation of performing actions over
terminal session in comparison to direct computer access?

Eduard Timchenko
Business Technology Solutions Group
Verint Systems
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