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RE: Re: TSVNCache.exe not started in RDP-Session

From: Tomcat <tigris.4.tomcat78_at_spamgourmet.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 08:36:20 -0800 (PST)

> On 24.11.2009 18:43, Tomcat wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I hope I didn't miss an earlier post on this topic.
> >
> > I have the problem, that the TSVNCache.exe doesn't start, when I'm
> > logging in to my computer by remote desktop.
> >
> > Exactly I'm starting my PC at work with wake-on-lan and log on with
> > windows RDP-client. I noticed that the overlay icons are not updated.
> > I changed a file in a versioned folder and the icon was still green.
> > When I looked in the taskmanager there was no TSVNCache.exe-process.
> > When I start the pc normaly and sit in front of it, there is always
> > this process.
> >
> > I'm using WinXP (with all service packs and updates) and version
> > 1.6.6 Build 17493 of TortoiseSVN.
> First make sure that you've set the overlay settings to "default". It
> could be that it's set to 'shell' when you're connected via rdp.
> The TSVNCache process is started automatically by the shell extension if
> it's not already running. To determine whether it's already running, the
> user session id is used. And this id should be different when you're
> using rdp, so you could even see multiple cache processes (one for each
> session).

That solved the problem. Thanks!

It was set to default, when I logged on at the console and it was set to shell, when I log on via RDP. I change the setting in RDP and it seems to work.



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