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I'm certain the memory isn't an issue. But what about the video card?
The processing for your new software will be done on the remote machine, so the only real issue will be the speed of the connection on your intranet.
The accessing machine is running win 2000.
It's the vid card that has me wondering if it'll display right on the accessing machine - I've done many remote computer operations - just not had a program with vid specs before.
One of the monitors I use to access the remote computer is a wide screen, yet I can't get the view to become widescreen (have those annoying black areas on the sides of the monitor).
In 'display settings' for the remote computer, you're not allowed to change the display - you can only change it on the accessing computer.
Any ideas how to get the remote computer to display properly on a widescreen monitor?