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In thin client mode how do I run a local external application like the Windows Calculator or Microsoft Excel?
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How do I set up isCOBOL Server (Application Server) and Thin Client?
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How do I capture client side errors when using a different look and feel (e.g. Nimbus)?
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How do I use Java Web Start to automatically download and launch the thin client?
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With thin client is there a way to update and push changes to programs live (on the fly), without having to kill and restart the isCOBOL Server?
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The COBOL program suddenly terminates on the server and leaves thin client running with a blank screen
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How can I get the system-information data from the client computer?
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How do I download files from server to client using isCOBOL Thin Client?
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What are the Java version requirements on the client and server? Do they need to match?
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How do I resolve the error 'Application Blocked by Java Security' working with jnlp?
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Is there a way to simulate users and load-test the thin client?
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The user name shown by the -panel is the PC Name. Is it possible have the user id of our application?
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How can I get the local username?
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Is there a way to distribute multiple client connections on different servers?
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What's the meaning of the error 'Software Incompatiblity'
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