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Is it possible to detect whether my application is running within a Terminal
Server session or not?

I'd like to automatically switch off some of my graphics rendering under
this environment as they can be quite slow to transfer over a terminal
server session. The graphics should still be displayed when running directly
on a local session.



Nov 21 '05 #1
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Is it possible to detect whether my application is running within a Terminal
Server session or not?

GetSystemMetric s(SM_REMOTESESS ION)



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Nov 21 '05 #2
Mattias Sjögren wrote:
Is it possible to detect whether my application is running within a
Terminal Server session or not?

GetSystemMetric s(SM_REMOTESESS ION)

Brilliant -- thanks very much.


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