XP/VS Server and Core Isolation mode

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When you have installed XP/VS Terminal Server with Core Isolation mode enabled you may encounter following error:

“ThinRDPSrv is not a valid Win32 application.”

Thinstuff XP/VS Server uses kernel drivers and these must be allowed - otherwise our software does not work. Unfortunately that is the case when using XP/VS Terminal Server and Core isolation mode is enabled.

What are core isolation and memory integrity?


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