Remapping M to C

Server Win2000
Citrix
OW B7332

During the installation process of citrix on the Terminal Server,
We remapped the C: drive (OS) to M:.
As it generates conflicts with OneWorld, which looks for information on C
drive, we would like to remap the M drive (OS) to C.
Is the process reversible (special command,... ) or do we have to reinstall
Windows 2000???

Thanks in advance
Vincent Lemauviel
 

cdawes

VIP Member
There is a unique feature of OneWorld that requires the client license to be
on the C: drive. This is hardcoded and isn't likely to change. You can
however relocate the rest of the install files to any drive you see fit.
There are several documents on the Knowledge Garden that describe these
unique features of OneWorld on TSE. Try a search for TSE on the Knowledge,
Services and News Archives.

Colin



Colin Dawes, MSc
Business Systems Analyst
The City of Guelph
 

got_to_love_jde

Reputable Poster
vincent,
i did the same thing when i installed my first TSE and ended up reinstalling but i have since heard of people using logon scripts to remap the drive back to C:. and no, there is no special, one-time command to reverse this but the logon script might be a pretty painless option.
dave


NT 4.0 SP5, SQL 7.0, One World B7321 SP12.4
 

Walter Brink

Active Member
In case nobody else mentioned solution below:

As far as Im know in NT4 there is a substitute command to fake a drive letter.

subst g: c:\temp

mappes g: drive to c:\temp

subst g: /d #removes mapping

It's a workaround!





>>> [email protected] 12/13/00 11:36 AM >>>
Server Win2000
Citrix
OW B7332

During the installation process of citrix on the Terminal Server,
We remapped the C: drive (OS) to M:.
As it generates conflicts with OneWorld, which looks for information on C
drive, we would like to remap the M drive (OS) to C.
Is the process reversible (special command,... ) or do we have to reinstall
Windows 2000???

Thanks in advance
Vincent Lemauviel





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