Tech Note: Windows Terminal Services and NuTCRACKER Platform Applications
Windows Terminal Services virtualize an entire Win32 environment in such a way that applications running in one Terminal Server Session cannot inadvertently interfere with applications running in another session.
The very nature of UNIX applications is that they expect there to be one and only one machine and that applications in one session ought to be able to communicate with applications in another session.
Since the NuTCRACKER Platform is a well behaved Win32 library and is fully Terminal Services aware it prefixes object names (such as synchronization objects and shared memory) with a "
With Windows 2003 Server and Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Microsoft has disallowed non-privileged users from creating global objects. There is a new privilege
MKS had two options for solving the problem:
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