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  • Windows 2003 Application Terminal Server - Temp directory

    Hello,

    I hope somebody can help me with the folowing problem:

    Application writes a file to the flowing directory: c:\document and setings\"username"\local settings\temp\.
    Other application picks up the file from above directory.
    A normal pc (no terminal sessie) has no problem BUT in a terminal session it doesn't work. I now what the problem is but I cant solve it.
    In the terminal session a subdirectory is created in the TEMP directory, example
    : \Temp\1\ or \Temp\2\ etc.
    Can I configure that the Windows 2003 Application Terminal Server doesn't make those submaps??

    Thanxs

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    Re: Windows 2003 Application Terminal Server - Temp directory

    Originally posted by mvdv View Post
    Hello,

    I hope somebody can help me with the folowing problem:

    Application writes a file to the flowing directory: c:\document and setings\"username"\local settings\temp\.
    Other application picks up the file from above directory.
    A normal pc (no terminal sessie) has no problem BUT in a terminal session it doesn't work. I now what the problem is but I cant solve it.
    In the terminal session a subdirectory is created in the TEMP directory, example
    : \Temp\1\ or \Temp\2\ etc.
    Can I configure that the Windows 2003 Application Terminal Server doesn't make those submaps??

    Thanxs
    Problem is solved.
    Solution is Terminal Server COnfiguration, Server Settings and setting Use Temproray folders per session on NO.

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