How do I create installations for Terminal Server?
One of the most attractive features of Windows Installer-based installations confirms the existence of key files or registry keys at run time. Unfortunately, this feature is problematic when creating an installation targeted for Terminal Server as the separation of per-user and per-computer data on the operating system can cause self-repair during startup.
To minimize the constant self-repair, use one of the following procedures.
Enabling Terminal Services Support During Installation Development
Converting an .msi to Support Terminal Server Component Rules
By either building or altering an installation to minimize the frequency of self-repairs with Terminal Server, you can ensure that Terminal Server end users benefit from the reliability of an .MSI-based application.