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FXLogix spread users on different fileshares.

Hi! We are starting to use FXLogix on our environment. So far all is good on our test server. But we are going to spread users on different fileshares, 
We got one collection that 15-20 different customers are going to log in to.
I have checked out the key: 

Setting specific to user or groupConfiguration Read (REG_SZ): SOFTWARE\FSLogix\Profiles\ObjectSpecific\S-1-5-21-306146113-3061682913-806882557-2166\VolumeType.  Data: VHD

but how can i force that group to make a profil on \\share1 for costumer 1 and another \\share 2 for costumer 2? 

Windows Server 2019* FSlogixRemote AccessActive Directory

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Kjetil Skjellerud

8/22/2022 - Mon
Philip Elder

The basic way to control a hosting environment is using Organizational Units (OUs) and Group Policy Objects.

Structure the OUs and their linked GPOs around the customer.

That allows you to assign the needed registry settings based on customer since they would be logging in to their own Remote Desktop Session Host(s).
Kjetil Skjellerud

Thanks, just so i understand you.
We got now 1 FXLogix GPO, and one GPO per customer that is linked to the one FXLogix GPO.
So I need to put "Configuration Read (REG_SZ): SOFTWARE\FSLogix\Profiles\ObjectSpecific\S-1-5-21-306146113-3061682913-806882557-2166\VolumeType.  Data: VHD" On each customer GPO ?
But how do i use that regkey to a fileshare?

Kjetil Skjellerud

I got it to work. What i had to do:
1. Create \\share\Profiles on 4 different fileserver. And give access to the costumer RDS group
2. Run "Wmic group where name="your RDS group" on the Costumer AD server  Copy the Sid Number
3. Go to DC server, and created Registry GPO HKEY_Local_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE\FSLogix\Profiles\ObjectSpecific\S-1-5-21-xxxx-3058308737-xxxx-1106 ->Vallue Date = Share Path
4. Went to the RDS SB server and gave the RDS Groups access to the collection
5. Checked that every costumer got the VHDX File on Fileshare. Under Profiles we go this


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