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Posted on 2009-05-12
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Hello,
I have a enterprise ERP program i would like to run as a RemoteApp. There are many ini files that will be set based on the user preferences.
How can i set the location for the user files so that each user stores there own set of ini files on the server for the main app?

Thanks,
Mike
Running Server 2008 X64
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It depends on the ERP system but atleast Axapta stores the user spesific ini-files on each users profile on the TS.

If the program only uses "..\Program Files\ERP-folder\" I can't see a way to customize ini-files for different users.
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I went ahead and made seperate directories for each user of the app then copied the contents of the main program into each folder then set up a rdp for each user to point to there folder.
Works great.
Regards,
Mike
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