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Tips to install Sap Gui On Windows Terminal Server 2003

Does anybody know any method to install SapGui on Windows Terminal Server 2003 to share it to many users ?

The problem is: when I try to install Sap Gui 6.40 via Control Panel-Add/Remove Programs it tells me that I must change the mode with "change user /install". I dont know the reason why it reports me that if I do it via Control Panel. And if I do that and then I launch the installation again it reports me the warning again.

What should I do ?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Sep 28, 2005 at 11:18 PM

    Juan,

    Why dont u try SAP GUI for JAVA instead of installing win gui in Terminal Server. Refer my weblog for installation and configuration of SAP GUI for JAVA.

    /people/praveen.mayalur/blog/2005/09/28/steps-for-quick-installation-and-usage-of-sap-gui-for-java-in-ep

    Users can access through web. functionality is same as standalone wingui.

    Hope this helps,

    Thanks,

    Praveen

    PS.Dont forget to reward points

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      We have SAP R3 4.6C.

      We want to optimize the bandwidth in a 802.11b radio. Because of that we dont want to run any application in the hand-held.

      We'll intend to launch a remote desktop on a dozen hand-helds connecting the Windows 2003 Terminal Services server. In this server we could run SAP GUI, WebSapconsole or the browser.

      Its important to note that the hand-held computers must only show the designed windows (sized to 16x20), removing title bars, transaction bar, menu bars, tool bars, status bars, etc. For this purpouse I think we can use WebSapconsole.

      With this method we have noticed that when a error or warning is displayed it hides some part of the screen instead of presenting in the status bar.

      I hope you all your doubts are clear now, if not just tell me.

      Thank you.

      PS. Sorry for my english.

  • Sep 28, 2005 at 09:48 AM

    Hi,

    as there is no "right" way for a program to find out if a computer is in install mode, sapsetup fails on this sometimes.

    use

    /skip=wtscheck

    or just ignore the error.

    regards

    HoM

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