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Posted on 2015-02-18
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Hello,

We are currently using RemoteApp in a 2012 environment. All is working well, however I would like to have each of my users default to their Home folder whenever they open an remote app and go to initially save from the application. I can hide all the other unnecessary options like Documents, Downloads, Favorites, etc., but i need to be sure the first location that they see to save to is their home directory.

Any assistance on this would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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Have you tried setting the application's "Start In" folder to either "%USERPROFILE%" or "%HOMEDRIVE%%HOMEPATH%"?  Alternatively, launching a batch file (instead of the EXE) which has these commands:
    %HOMEDRIVE%
    CD %HOMEPATH%
    \entire\path\to\program.exe
might just do the trick.
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