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WYSE S30 RDP sound not working

WYSE S30 RDP sound not working

WYSE S30 RDP sound not working

I have a WYSE S30 client running Windows CE 5.0.  Sound works fine on the local device, I can go to the volume control and I get the normal sounds raising and lowering the volume.  However, whenever I RDP into a server, I get no sound redirection to the terminal.  Sound is enabled on the terminal server, and the RDP session is set to bring sound to the terminal.  On the terminal server, if I try to increase the volume in the control panel, as soon as I hit apply, the slider goes all the way back to the lowest setting.  If I try to play an audio file in WMP it gives me an error message stating that there is soemthing wrong with my audio device.  I am at a loss here...sound is working fine on this server with other models of WYSE clients....anyone have some experience working with these things?

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