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Hi,

I have an application that uses teh Robot class to control the mouse. It works fine on my regualr Windows XP workstation.

When I deploy to a remote Windows 2003 server, the application only seems to be able to control the mouse when I have a Remote Desktop Connection attached. When I disconnect the client, the application no longer seems to receive the mouse events.

Is there a setting in Windows server to enable it to process these mouse events even when I disconnect the RDC session?

TIA,
John
 
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