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Windows Server 2008r2 Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

Are there any known compatibility issues with Windows Server 2008r2 Remote Desktop Services and GroupWise 8 Client? Has anyone gotten this to work in their environment?

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Re: Windows Server 2008r2 Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

In article <EBSR_PARAMEDIC.5uucgn@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Ebsr
Paramedic wrote:
> Are there any known compatibility issues with Windows Server 2008r2
> Remote Desktop Services and GroupWise 8 Client? Has anyone gotten this
> to work in their environment?
>

I haven't hit any, and I've had the 8.02HP2 running on such a Terminal
server without any issues. (Upgraded to GW 2012.1 just a couple weeks
ago)



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Re: Windows Server 2008r2 Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

Thanks Andy, just what i needed; RDP works with GW8 client. I'm thinking there might be something amiss with the OVD layer. I'll notify the folks at ulteo.com to help me out.
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