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We are working on a project where the client is using Terminal Services for all of its users. (Win2008 Server & FMS 11 Advanced) We installed SC on the FileMaker server under the Tomcat install as usual. When the users access the database and go to a layout using a SC web portal, they would normally get the initial dialog about trusting the source. Click yes and everything is fine. However on the TS session for the users, this dialog is blocked and requires an admin password to clear. Are there any particular settings or permissions that need to be set on the Terminal Service box that we can pass on to the IT folks in order to permit users to get past this road block? Any general advice for us using SC with Terminal Services?

Chris

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SuperContainer works fine with Terminal Services generally, but it sounds like you may have something blocking Java from running, or Java may not be installed or available for your clients. Make sure that you have Java installed, enabled, and unblocked for your users and you should be all set.

If you cannot un-block java for some reason you also have the option of disabling the Java applet by using the style=noapplet url parameter. If you do this you will not have the drag-and-drop functionality you normally do when you use the Java applet.

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