vl10 wyse tcx dual screen issue

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  • #1378
    AvatarGlobal-i
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    Hi

    I have a VL10 on test with dual screens Wyse software TCX (Latest version) all appears to work fine, except if I add a line to the wysehk.ini file it has no affect at all.
    I am trying to launch a 16 bit application in one screen. The problem I have is, unless I add the application and ntvdm.exe to the bottom pane in the Exclusive Application tab prior to launching the app it will just hang.
    When I log off the virtual desktop (xp sp3) the settings do not stick, and no entries appear in the wysehk.ini file.
    What I need to do is pump the two application.exe into the bottom pane before the user launches the app.

    Please see the below wysehk.ini

    RunService=yes
    Gina=yes hori=1 vert=1
    ExitOnSingleHead=yes
    RecallApp=”abc.exe” “C:folderabc.exe”
    RecallApp=”ntvdm.exe” “C:windowssystem32ntvdm)

    TIA
    Martin

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Check the user.ini under C:Documents and SettingsusernameApplication DataWyseWyse TCX Multi-display

    Maybe there is some conflicting setting.

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    #13767
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    Sorry for the delay in replying to your post, the USER.INI you refer too contains nothing at all.
    I just wanted to check the basics before proceeding any further, where exactly does the WYSEHK.INI go in the FTP folder structure.

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Neither wysehk.ini nor user.ini are located in the FTP folder structure of WTOS.
    Wysehk.ini is located in the program directory and user.ini is found under C:Documents and SettingsusernameApplication DataWyseWyse TCX Multi-display

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