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Thread: Changing TS Home Dir for Multiple Users to blank Local Path

  1. #1
    foutchj
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    Changing TS Home Dir for Multiple Users to blank Local Path

    We are attempting to change multiple users TS Home directories from a specified drive letter mapped to a network share to a local path with no value. Doesn't seem to work.

    Ideas?

  2. #2
    cmccullough
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    Re: Changing TS Home Dir for Multiple Users to blank Local Path

    Select your users, go to User Properties, then the Terminal tab.

    Choose the Local Path option, then enter ~DEL in the box beside Local Path. Click OK and Hyena will set the selected users to Local Path.

  3. #3
    NTAdmin
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    Re: Changing TS Home Dir for Multiple Users to blank Local Path

    Trying to do the same thing ( setting to local path with a blank value ).

    When i added the ~DEL, it added ~DEL instead of clearing the field.

    Running 8.1

    Many thanks in advance

  4. #4
    cmccullough
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    Re: Changing TS Home Dir for Multiple Users to blank Local Path

    Make sure you have multiple users selected when you do that. If you do, then send screenshot of what you are doing to support@systemtools.com.

  5. #5
    NTAdmin
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    Re: Changing TS Home Dir for Multiple Users to blank Local Path

    Thanks for the offline help.

    For anyone that has this issue, look for a trailing space...

    USER ERROR.. sigh

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