A couple of things to check:

  1. In the non-satellite instance, select Properties from the Tools Menu and select the Input Sources Tab and make sure the Local option (bottom left) is selected.
  2. In the satellite instance, select Properties from the Tools Menu and select the Input Sources tab and make sure the Local option (bottom left) is NOT selected
  3. Right click on the Local instance desktop shortcut and select Properties. Check the Target line to ensure it includes the “PS” as defined in the RDS/RBDS Tab. For Example C:\centerstage\csrds.exe WJRD.
  4. Right click on the Satellite Instance desktop shortcut and select Properties. Check the Target line to ensure it includes the “PS” as defined in the RDS/RBDS Tab. For Example C:\centerstage\csrds.exe WJRD_SAT. Note if using the frequency as the PS ensure the PS does not include a “.”   Eg 1063 Not 106.3
  5. The satellite schedules are stored in the users Temp directory, so ensure you are running under the same user and that there are no disk cleanup utilities that are deleting files in the Temp directories.
  6. Check the PC restart after a re-boot to make sure the shortcut in the Start Menu has the Local and Satellite PS setting and the PC restarts as the right user.
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