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Terminal Server Drive Mappings OWXe

rgepes

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List,

We are moving forward with implementing Terminal Servers in a OneWorld Xe
environment. The question is for the Terminal Server and Citrix you have
the option to change drive mappings. I am hearing through the grapevine
that you cannot change mappings on the Terminal Servers due to JDE
automatically installing the security piece on the C: drive map. Is this
true? Or can you remap your terminal servers?

Thanks,
Rich

perotsystems/AdvanceWatch RichardW.Gepes
email:<mailto:rgepes@awcus.com> Phone: 810.755.3000 ext. 206


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got_to_love_jde

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Rich,
seen this a few times out here. i think that one world really does need to look to the C: drive to run. Some people have remapped the drives and found that you can use logon scripts to map the drive back to C: so one world can run.
all in all, sure is a lot easier if you do not remap the drives during install. i think the only benefit users get when you remap is that they can still see their own local PC drives as C: & D: in windows explorer.
dave



NT 4.0 SP5, SQL 7.0, One World B7321 SP12.4, Citrix 1.8 (XE soon)
 
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