Office XP Security on Terminal Server 2000

Office XP Security on Terminal Server 2000

Post by Trac » Wed, 14 Apr 2004 09:48:27


I just built a terminal server 2000 with Office XP and
noticed a coupled differences from Office 2000 or 2003.
One is that Outlook XP defaults using Word as an editor
but when you open a new message it prompts you every time
to say Yes or No if it's okay to open the message. By
unchecking this the prompts stopped but I was wondering
why it prompts for it's own application and if there is
any way to prevent this without installing that Click Yes
application.

Second, Office 2000 and 2003 allow you to still have
Outlook open when you log off the terminal server, this
is not the case with XP. Does anyone know why that is
and if there is any way to change it so it will allow you
to log off while Outlook is open?

Thanks,
Tracy
 
 
 

Office XP Security on Terminal Server 2000

Post by Cary Shult » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 22:26:56

Tracy,

Just a bit of clarification which might help you receive a response.

You have stated Office XP in the Subject line and in your opening sentence
in the body of the post. However, you mention Office 2003 two different
times. I assume that you momentarily confused Office XP / Office 2002 with
Office 2003 or it was simply a typo.

Office XP/2002 is a different product from Office 2003. ;-)

HTH,

Cary

 
 
 

Office XP Security on Terminal Server 2000

Post by Trac » Thu, 22 Apr 2004 02:08:42

Thank you for your response but I'm referring to Office
XP. I mention both Office 2000 and 2003 as a comparison
but my issue lies with XP.

-Tracy
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