I see that the Accessibility flag is set in PB.INI.
But I don't recall that this file is deployed with Runtime,
I thought it is only used on development computers.
So changing it in development will effect the complication of the runtime executable - or do we have to install the pb.ini file on the customers terminal servers ?
Our programs run on our customers servers and we have no control of the Operating system that they choose as long as it meets our minimum requirements.
The production programs are PB2017 32Bit. Upgrading to pb2021 is still underway.
Customers who have added new servers with Windows 2019 complain of general performance problems.
Nothing specific - same program on server 2008 or 2102 works ok but they complain when they upgrade to Windows server 2019(Terminal server)
We have not been able to pin this down to any specific parts of the program.
We have upgraded the program to PB2021 32bit and 64 bit in the office and run it on windows server 2019 but this does not show any performance improvement over 2017. Same with 64 bit over 32 bit.
So my question was - has anyone else heard of problems with Powerbuilder and Windows terminal servers 2019.
Thanks for your help.