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We have an older PC network application that was written that requires that each user have their own unique C:\prog_dir\. On networked PCs this is not a problem with with Terminal Server, all our RDP connections see the same C:\prog_dir. Is there a way to create a unique C:\prog_dir\ for each RDP user?

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You probably already thought of this, but to make sure: Is the "C:\prog_dir" path hard coded? Or can you set it via a configuration file? (preferably a configuration file which allows %userdir%). – Hennes Sep 17 '12 at 23:07

Look into either assigning policies or apply a login.bat/vbs for your users. It is possible to create login scripts for various users that is entirely variable based so as to support future users.

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