net name in TS

Eric

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Hi! I'm installing a software for a company, i've wanted to use a Windows
2003 with Terminal Server, but my problem is that the software use the
command "net name" to know whats the name of the station. So in TS the name
is always the name of the server.
Is there a way to change it? I try "net name <name_of_server> /DEL" but it
stay there.

thanks,

Eric.
 
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Don't know if this will work, but have a look at

186498 - Terminal Server Application Integration Information
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=186498

Maybe this will help:
"Use the "Return user name instead of computer name" bit for
applications that use the computer name as a unique identifier.
This bit returns the user's name to the application and gives a
unique identifier to each user of the application."

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"Eric" <eric.NOSPAM.pouliot@videotron.ca> wrote in
news:qUglc.48685$zV4.497015@weber.videotron.net:

> Hi! I'm installing a software for a company, i've wanted to
> use a Windows 2003 with Terminal Server, but my problem is that
> the software use the command "net name" to know whats the name
> of the station. So in TS the name is always the name of the
> server. Is there a way to change it? I try "net name
> <name_of_server> /DEL" but it stay there.
>
> thanks,
>
> Eric.
 

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