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Microsoft Surface Pro

I understand that the Suface Pro is not supported for the GW client. However, we have gotten it to work on a couple of them. On a third it does not retain the view settings. For example it does not leave the cabinet in the expanded view after shutdown and restart. Any ideas on how to make it retain the view settings? A registry hach perhaps.

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Bill
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Re: Microsoft Surface Pro

In article <58A2CD54.E7CB.0028.3@pubpress.com>, Billp@pubpress.com wrote:
> I understand that the Surface Pro is not supported for the GW client.
> However, we have gotten it to work on a couple of them. On a third
> it does not retain the view settings. For example it does not leave
> the cabinet in the expanded view after shutdown and restart. Any
> ideas on how to make it retain the view settings? A registry hack
> perhaps.


Hi Bill

I haven't really played with any of the Surface Pros. Are they all the same version
with the same version of Windows?
Which build of the client have you been trying? If it is one of the older ones,
getting the most resent version of the 2012 client code (sp4) was released about the
same time as Windows 10, so there is a much better chance of it working well than
earlier versions of the GW 2012 client code.


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