pcanywhere and Silk .. does not look like a good match
Empirically I have come to the conclusion that a Host that is being controlled remotely by pcanywhere, should have the session disabled right after you launch a silk session.
Again I am only going on results that I can reproduce. But it seems that the host that is actively serving to pcanywhere, interefers with Silk.
I am guessing that there is some destructive interaction going on during Silk mapping controls via the Web. So I guess this is a heads up. Any one else either run into this, or know if this is a known issue? I looked on the forum and didn't see anything.
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[This message has been edited by rick_weth (edited 06-15-2001).]