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Default Problem while using terminal service

Hi,

 I have developed an asp.net application using C#.I installed it in the terminal service environment. When i launched the application in the terminal service client it is working fine. But when i open a file by clicking the open button provided in the application(which has the code word.open(16 arguements);), the file is opened in the terminal service server instead the client.

 I need the file to be opened in the terminal service client.

 I have a doubt whether the issue is in the .net coding or in the terminal service configuration.

 Please help me if any one aware of this issue as it needs to be fixed very soon.

  Thanks in Advance.
    Saran






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