Im using TightVNC to control a Wyse 941GXL thin client (running WindowsXP) from my desktop PC. Im using the thin client to operate a MagicJack. I just read somewhere that the MagicJack will work better (ausio is choppy) if the MJ process in the task manager set to high priority. Thats easy enough to do, so I did it, but I cant get it to stay. After setting the MJ process to high priority, I right clicked the green meatball in the system tray and committed the change. But when I restart the thin client so the change will take effect, the MJ process is back to normal priority. Does anybody know how to make the change take? Thanks, Don "Light travels faster than sound, which is why some people seem bright until you hear them speak."