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StuartF
Posted: Monday, August 08, 2011 7:25:57 AM
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Hi, I have edited the command line to look at HKCU, instead of Local Machine, so that each terminal service user can run their own copy of the front end file located, in this example, in their My Documents folder.

/profile "Signflow" /wrkgrp "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Signflow Software\Signflow\System.mdw" "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Jobmanager.accde" /runtime /excl

Rather than editing each users registry I have tried replacing 'Administrator', or 'All Users' which is the default, with '%username%' but the commoand line will not evaluate '%username%'. Any ideas please.
SeanM
Posted: Wednesday, September 07, 2011 1:33:43 PM
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%username% won't work in a LNK shortcut but will in DOS. I have performed a few dozen installs with the Acc2010 installer on Citrix and RDP servers.
I prefer to use a Bat file to launch the app for the users.
Here is an example of a typical bat file I would use:

if exist "C:\appname\users\%username%" goto :Startup
md "C:\appname\users\%username%"
:Startup
copy "C:\appname\appname.accde" "C:\appname\users\%username%\appname.accde"

"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Sagekey Software\StartAccess3_2010.exe" /runtime /excl "C:\appname\users\%username%\appname.accde"

It creates a user-specific directory then copies a fresh copy of the front-end file in there then launches it. It will work even if you store the rest of the command line in the registry.
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