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Taskbar resizes automatically

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I use WinXP with SP2 and am using the Windows XP theme. I have my task bar set to double width (so there are two rows of icons on my Quick Launch). I also have "Lock the Taskbar" enabled.

Whenever I log into to my computer through pcAnywhere, it switches my taskbar to single width. This happens on both my work and home computer, whichever one I am logging into at the time. It's a pain because when I get back physically in front of the computer, I have to reset the taskbar to double width.

This doesn't really cause any problems, it's just a real nuissance. Any help is appreicated.

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