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  1. So, while I'm in Videowave happily creating a nice Slideshow, I save my project and then get "Remote Desktop Not Supported". I have read as many meaningful and potentially useful posts but found nothing other than try this, try that, it might be this, it might be that etc etc etc. Does anyone know definitively what Roxio NXT2 is looking at to make it think I'm connecting through Remote Connection. I will say that I do use VNC and RDP from and to this PC, as that's the way I need to work, besides it doesn't seem to be very consistent. I also have TV card and use PVR Recording software in Windows Media Centre. The "Remote Desktop not Supported" now seems to be permanent. I can understand why Roxio does not support Remote Connections but someone somewhere MUST know why it displays that error message in dubious circumstances!