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Peachtree 8.0 and Citrix

Peachtree 8.0 and Citrix

Peachtree 8.0 and Citrix

I was just wondering if anyone here has this installed on NT Citrix servers (metaframe 1.8)and if it works for them?  We get misc. errors while trying to bring up various reports, such as account reconcilliation.  Someone suggested to me that it could be registry related.  I found a registry monitor program and found that it is searching for a registry entry that is not there.  I realize this is the cause, but wondering if anyone has had this problem and fixed it.  Peachtree won't help with the issue and I'm not experienced enough to trust myself to "play" with it.  

Here is the output from the registry monitor when you try to run the report.

0.58375050    peachw.exe:555    OpenKey    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Terminal Server\Compatibility\Applications\peachw    NOTFOUND        

and this is the peachtree error that comes up:
The instruction at "0x1a001bbc" referenced memory at "0x01393005".  The memory could not be "read".

hit ok to abort or cancel to debug

you hit ok and then this comes up

The instruction at "0x660697e1" referenced memory at "0x02061e58".  The memory could not be "read"

Thanks for any help.

I'm going to post this on the Citrix board too, I hope this isn't frowned about, please let me know if it is.

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