I hadn’t. Not really. Until today.
I’ve a client who’s forcing me to learn — my main contact isn’t familiar at all with K2, so I’m getting asked lots of questions. Today, he wanted to give a person access to the K2 Designer. I had no idea how to do it, but I offered to dig into the server’s configuration files to figure it out.
Here’s what I found.
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I have a particular client who requires me to develop their solution by remote desktop connection to a server. A recent failure on that server forced the removal and recreation of accounts. When I was able to RDP back in, I found that I had no shortcuts of any kind on my taskbar — not even to Windows Explorer. With no access to Windows Explorer or a desktop Start menu, I couldn’t get to anything else in the OS. So my first order of business was to get to Windows Explorer.
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