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Egate 4.5.2 with Citrix or Windows 2000 terminal server

Egate 4.5.2 with Citrix or Windows 2000 terminal server

Egate 4.5.2 with Citrix or Windows 2000 terminal server

Hi guys,
   We have been trying a remote set up for eGate development using Citrix/Windows 2000 terminal server. Seebeyond people say in absolute terms that this will not work as Terminal servers are not supported by eGate Java editors. What I am interested in knowing is What can be the reason for this and which part of Java Editors might be causing the problem. From the architectural point of view what can Java editors be doing which Terminal Servers cannot handle? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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