On a terminal server, the local ProCall Client DATEV Replicator (Replicates DATEV SDD to SQLite) utilizes the CPU.
When the ProCall Client is started, the local DATEV replicator is executed.
Check possible causes
In the Windows Task Manager under Processes, you can see the 'Replicates DATEV SDD to SQLite' for each user session.
We have worked out the following workaround to this issue:
An entry can be created in the Windows Registry that disables the ProCall Client DATEV replicator.
This entry in the registry is not secure for updates and must be recreated after each client update.
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