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Microsoft Windows Terminal Server Considerations

Since all sessions running in a terminal server environment appear as local sessions to NPL, terminal sever sessions should be started with the /T command line parameter to assure appropriate terminal identification across the network.

NOTE: All Gold Keys installed on a Windows Terminal Server system require that a functional network protocol is installed. If no suitable network protocol is detected, the RunTime will exit with the following message:

"On a Windows Terminal Server system a network protocol must be available"

All instances (windows) of the RunTime count as a unique user when using terminal server environments.