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Currently I am having trouble with IE9 keeping the website in the list for the compatibility view. The computer is using a virtual desktop using Xen server. I have tried to save the settings through the server but no avail. Any help would be grateful.
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by:Dirk Kotte
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if you start a new session the compatibility-settings are lost?
i think you use XenDesktop or XenApp. xen server are "only" a hypervisor.
you should look to the user-profile. There are this settings stored.
this should be a roaming profile because the full disk are restored when restarting the XenDesktop.
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by:winningtech
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Yes when the new session is started the settings are lost. and we use the Xendesktop. Where at in the user profile would it be stored? Thank you for your help
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by:Dirk Kotte
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these settings are stored somewhere deep within the registry.
Do you use Roaming (server based) profiles?
If yes - Microsoft or Citrix user profile Manager?
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by:winningtech
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We do not have roaming profiles.
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without roaming profiles your settings are lost if you use XenDesktops in standard (shared) mode.
The shared desktops are reset to default every time a user start the session. Therewith also settings within the userprofile are lost.
if you use xenDesktop with private-disk-mode (or assigned to a single user) you should not have this problems.
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Thank you very much
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