Note: dumpbin.exe is included in the Windows SDK and is also installed with Visual Studio.
For Microsoft Visual C++ projects, this flag can be edited through Visual Studio IDE as follows:
And for C#/VB.Net projects, you will have to use editbin.exe tool (since the respective compiler dont have the switch) :
1. Open up Visual Studio command prompt
2. Editbin /TSAWARE:NO <FileName>
Note: If your assembly is strong named, modifying it using editbin will invalidate the strong name. Instead you would need to use delayed signing and strong name it after using editbin.
As per the TSAWARE MSDN documentation , when an application is not Terminal Server aware (also known as a legacy application), Terminal Server makes certain modifications to the legacy application to make it work properly in a multiuser environment. For example, Terminal Server will create a virtual Windows folder, such that each user gets a Windows folder instead of getting the system's Windows directory. This gives users access to their own INI files. In addition, Terminal Server makes some adjustments to the registry for a legacy application. These modifications slow the loading of the legacy application on Terminal Server.
It is recommended that you update your application to be TSAWARE and not modify this flag.
Article ID: 2229865 - Last Review: 06/22/2010 21:28:00 - Revision: 1.0