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Navision 2009 Classic using SQL Server on Citrix tmp file error

Posted on 2010-11-24
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We have a new install of Navision 2009 classic interface with the database sitting on SQL 2008.  We can access and use Navision fine locallly however most access will be via Citrix.  We have XenApp Fundamentals installed on Server 2008 x86.  After publishing the Navision app I get an error as follows "The File C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\local\Temp\2\__TEMP__XXXXXXXXXXXX.tmp already exists.  

I get this error whether its run as a published app or as a full dekstop.  However if I actually run it on the server it runs fine.
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by:Tony J
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Sounds permissions related.

I assume where you put USERNAME in the path, that is unique for each user?

Get hold of process monitor from sysinternals and log onto the server as an admin.

Run process monitor and filter by the navision exe

Launch navision as a normal user and look for access denied.
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I have been unable to resolve this issue.  In the end I had to re-install and also upgraded to XenApp Fundamentals Ver 6 for Windows 2008 R2 and it worked fine first time.

Thanks for you help anyway Tony1044.
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by:betoni
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Call closed as no solution found to direct problem but re-installed the whole server with newer version of Citrix to fix.
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by:Tony J
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Glad you fixed it. Sorry it was a bit more of a pain than it should have been.
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