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PhotoShop & Terminal Services

Tom C
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      25th May 2004
Hi All,

I installed PS 6.0 on our Windows 2003 Terminal Server.
When I try to run it in a term serv session, I get the
message "Could not initialize PS because the file is
locked. Please use the "Properties" command in Windows
Explorer to unlock the file." I presume they're referring
to the Photoshp.exe file. It appears to have the same
properties and permissions as other .exe files that work
fine. I couldn't see anything in the file properies boxes
about "lock" or "unlock". Is this a PhotoShop issue or
Terminal Services issue? Any ideas would be appreciated


Tom C
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