Yes. Microsoft's Telnet server runs in two modes: "stream" or "console". By default it runs in console mode and this will mean that the cursor will jump all over the screen to fill it in. By comparison, stream mode will keep input and output in a logical stream -- the way iTest needs to look at it. I think your problem will be resolved if you reconfigure the Telnet service to run in stream mode.
To do this on Windows XP or Server 2003, type the following commands at a command prompt on the PC that is running the telnet service:tlntadmn stop tlntadmn mode=stream tlntadmn start
By the way, in case you're wondering why you are seeing all of those individual commands with one character each, it is because iTest has determined that the server is in "screen mode" -- like you will see some terminal applications that use the whole screen and where you can use keys to control the screen. iTest works with these, but this mode will preclude the natural flow of commands and responses, in favor of a key-at-a-time producing a screen as a response.
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