Ini file mappings and Terminal Server 2003

Posted on 2005-04-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
Hi guys,
I desperately need your help here.

Ive installed an application as domain admin on a Terminal Server, installed in install mode.
The domain admin's  home folder's windows folder gets the ini file, but when other users log on, they dont get a copy of this ini file or any settings in their own home folder\windows folder.

Could someone please help me out here?

What do I have to do so that each user has their own configuration settings for an application installed in install mode. I thought that just by installing the app in install  mode, that this would do the job for me.

I havent set anything in rootdrv.cmd or anything like that.

All users have a local home folder on d drive.

Id really appreciate your help.

Question by:Simon336697
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    Accepted Solution

    You might be fighting with this:
    Terminal Services .ini files do not synchronize as you expect in Windows Server 2003

    It's (supposedly) fixed in Service Pack 1:
    Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 list of updates

    Then you might find these of interest:
    Terminal Server registry settings for applications

    Terminal Server application integration information
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    Author Comment

    Thanks for your help oBdA


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