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Everytime I run outlook from citrix desktop it acts as if its running for the first time

Posted on 2011-03-11
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This is with citrix Xenapp 6 and MS Outlook 2007.

Everytime I log off then log back on, outlook will configure as if its the first time I've opened outlook. Is there a way I can prevent this without user roaming profiles? Will AppSense work?
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by:Lee Osborne
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Try checking the Remote Desktop Services setting which removes user temporary folders on logoff -

Administrative Tools > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration
Settings > Use temporary folders per session

By default, this is set to Yes, try changing it to No.

Lee
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by:arunexp
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go to user properties in AD, set a share path in the profile path in "remote desktop service profile" tab. this should resolve your issue
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Without roaming profiles of some kind or some major scripting, you will continue to have this issue.  AppSense is not cheap.  Why do you not want to use roaming profiles?
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by:Lordy123
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Another team had already made the decision not to use roaming profiles, I was just asked to weigh in on the issue, admittingly not terribly familiar with this type of environment. After researching AppSense would fit our needs, but I will look more into why team x has decided roaming profiles are not right for our environment.

Thanks.
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