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Posted on 2013-01-08
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I am having a unique issue installing more then one RemoteApp as a user. After installing one RemoteApp the next one gets the error below. I have no issues installing multiple  MSIs as an Administrator (local or Network). Otherwise the Apps work perfectly as intended. The desire for remote apps is that we are on a thin client set up and want to move away from a complete Remote Desktop user interface. The thin clients only have 4gb flash drives and about 1.5gbs of free space making installation of Office and other needed programs impossible. Anyway the error received is as follows:

Error 1326. Error Getting File Security: \\server\roamingprofiles\user\start menu\programs\remoteprograms\ GetLastError: 50

Thank you very much for the help!
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by:rgarrett1481
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Sorry we are also using folder redirection for the users.
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Pber earned 500 total points
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This is typical with folder redirection.  Make sure System has "Full Control" of the My documents folder (or the path you indicated above).  Also i've seen situation where you need to change the "Offline Mode" of your My Documents redirection to disabled.
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Thank you, I will try that and let you know how it works.
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Disabling the offline folders worked perfectly. The wording is a little different in the GPO Manager, I had to enable "Do not automatically configure offline files for folder redirection"
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Sorry, I couldn't remember the exact wording of the settings.
I'm glad it worked.
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