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Autodesk inventor error via limited user

Posted on 2010-09-09
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Hello,

When I start autodesk inventor as a limited user, i get the following error.
"Error in Inventor undo Folder: Please Make Correction"
Error! the path specified for the Current Undo Folder does not exist.

How can i via GP or VBS start up script force the "under folder" to the user drive letter (H)?

 There are registry values that set this but when I use a vbs or a gp it does not work on the user.

Here is one of the registry values, captured from my log tool.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Autodesk\Inventor\RegistryVersion15.0\System\Preferences\File
  Value~%drive_C%\Program Files\Autodesk\Inventor 2011\Bin\Inventor.exe:ContentCenterDir
  REG_SZ~H:\#2300

Any ideas? is there a file that can be edited to force this, etc?
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by:ComputerTechie
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Do you get the same error if the user is a power user?
if not it sound like the user account does not have enought permission to make the changes needed,


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by:gb874554
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Yes, i know the user does not have enought permission to make the changes in the default Undo Folder path. That is why i am trying to find a way to force the users via gp to use there home drive that they have full access to.
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just to let everyone know the solution was creating a GPO that forces the reg value as soon as the user login to the computer.
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