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  • kstanush
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    Try this, just for fun:

    Download tscmd from the Free Stuff section at www.systemtools.com. TSCMD lets you set/read Terminal Server values from the command line. Its uses the same API and .DLL files as used by Hyena.

    Since TSCMD is a command line utility, it displays some errors if things are not right. Just type "tscmd" to get the syntax.

    Let [email protected] know what you find and once we get it worked out, we can post a reply here.

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  • cmccullough
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    Do you have the box checked in Tools->Settings->User to Show user thin client information?

    Search your hard drive and make sure you only have one copy of the wtsapi32.dll. Send the size, date, and version information on this file to [email protected]

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  • manray
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    Thanks for the reply - I have tried all your suggestions to no avail. I am using the same copy of dll's which work on another workstation (can see the terminal server tab in user properties) so its a bit mysterious. I suppose if everything worked first time life would get a bit boring :-)

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  • kstanush
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    Try these items:

    - I am assuming that you have rebooted this computer after copying the files over.
    - Make absolutely sure that you only have one copy of the wtsapi32.dll file on this computer.
    - Try putting all of these files in the /system32 directory (make sure that you don't have any copies in the Hyena installation directory)

    Windows 2000 seems to not work right with the wtsapi32.dll that comes with Win2K, so you generally might need to use the one that gets installed in Hyena's installation directory. Unfortunately, %#$*#&@ Microsoft's rules don't allow us to redistribute the other .dll files.

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  • manray
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    I have copied the 4 required dll's for the terminal server tab on two separate NT4.0 workstations - one w/s can see the terminal server tab, the other cannot. I used the same dll's for each pc, running the same version of Hyena on both also. Any ideas?

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  • cmccullough
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    Search your hard drive for all occurances of wtsapi32.dll and send the version information for each one that you find to [email protected]

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    Thanks for the reply. I have located these files and copied to both my c:\winnt\system32 folder AND my c:\program files\hyena folders. I have restarted my PC and I still dont get the TABS.......

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  • cmccullough
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    You will also need to copy over some dlls from your Terminal Server computer. These are listed in Hyena Help under User Terminal Server Settings.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    I am now looking into Terminal Services and am having trouble viewing the tab you mentioned. I have got TOOLS | SETTINGS | USER | SHOW USER THIN CLIENT (TS) INFO set to YES.

    Do I need to switch something else on ?

    Regards,
    Andrew

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  • cmccullough
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    As far as we know it should work fine.

    Let us know what happens when you test it.

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  • mtibbs
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    Does this also work for Terminal Services on W2K servers? I tried it for Terminal Server 4.0 and it worked, but have not tried 2000 yet.

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  • cmccullough
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    Re: Terminal Server User Info

    This information can only be viewed on the User Properties dialog under the Terminal tab.

    If you need to view this for mulitple users you can use the Export function under File->Export->Users. Make sure the Export Terminal Server settings checkbox is checked.

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  • dcooper
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    Terminal Server User Info

    How do I modify the user information to display the terminal server profile path and home directory?
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