To use ActiveWords with a Remote Access solution such as Remote Desktop Connection, ActiveWords needs to be installed on the Remote PC.
Network administrators can install ActiveWords on a Windows Server and ActiveWords user data files will be automatically created the first time ActiveWords is started by each logged in Windows User.
Note that a Local installation of ActiveWords cannot deliver reliable performance within a Remote Access window. This is why several common Remote Access programs as listed by default in the Auto Disable tab of the Options dialog. If your Remote Access program is not included on this list you should add it.
For each listed program in Auto Disable, the Local instance of ActiveWords will automatically stop monitoring text when a Remote Session Window is active, and the Remote ActiveWords installation will monitor and respond to text sent across the network from the Local PC.