12-03-2008, 07:29 PM
Join Date: Aug 2008
Isn't terminal services a service? You'd have to set that to automatic in your services. It's in control panel (classic view), administrative tools, services. Find terminal services, open it, and set startup type to automatic.
I don't know about Outlook, but you could paste the shortcut into the startup folder in the start menu (don't know what could have gone wrong there), or you could use a registry key to start it up. To run the registry editor, click start, run, then type regedit.
If you want to start it for all users, use
Make a new string value and type in the path and command name
If you want to start it for your account only, then it's
As for permissions, I wouldn't know any of that, so follow above poster's tips.
P.S: In Office 2003, the default path for Outlook is
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office11\Outlook.exe
May vary per your version of Office.