Hello guys,
My problem is little bit different. I repackaged a windows app. It was a TSE(Terminal server app) runs in windows 2003. The problem is the app in good for 16 color resolution for admin and the local user. But if I use 256 color the app is running good under admin but not for local user[Error: Stack Overflow]. Also if I login as an admin user and using 256 color, and start a session of the app, and also I am connecting to TSE as a local user by Citrix with 256 color it is working good untill I close main session. So, if I close my app running under admin rights in 256 color - my second session running on TSE giving the error again. Then if I neeed to use the app in it I have to change the setting to 16 bit color or I need to start my app again in my admin privilaged screen.

My Observation: 1. Since the App needs to go to the production, the user can use this app only in 16 bit color - which is bad.
2. There is some thing that is getting created dynamically if I am logging in as an admin user, which is getting used if I am using app in 256 color by connecting to TSE by citrix.

If any one could help me regarding this, It will be really appreciable.
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Hey lolliz

When you say there is a difference between running as Administrator and normal user

And you have that stack overflow.

Maybe some temp file is created where normal user have no access,

I use a small program I have found in some samples from Microsoft

The program is called VB.NET How-To File Notification.vbproj

The program detects any file being created or changed on the disk including any subfolder


I found it in "101 VB.NET Samples"

IT is really a nice toy.

Many programs creates temp files during run time

Hope this may help You!

Sweede [;)]

Answered 04/22/2004 by: Sweede
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You may also find FileMon quite useful (refer http://itninja.com/link/systemprep-product-page2)
Answered 05/03/2004 by: mrtap
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