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Note: A guide for the impatient is at the bottom. I was trying to configure Internet Explore to use Comcast webmail as the default handler for mailto links recently. As I’m not really a Windows user, I was appalled at the dreary selection of add-ons for IE and the inconvenience of Windows’ “Default Programs” manager. From “Default Programs” you would expect to be able to pick any application you want to be the “mailto” handler, but this is not the case.
Used this to change the default mailto client to point to Outlook Web Access by Jan 19
Note This topic applies to Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. The Start menu in Windows XP and Windows Vista contains reserved slots for the default Internet (browser) and E-mail (mail) clients, together commonly known as Start Menu Internet Applications . Applications which register as Start Menu Internet Applications do so across the entire system (per-machine).
Group policy is the magic behind Active Directory. Group policies are rules that either allow or deny – well pretty much anything on a machine. As a network administrator I get to use group policy to push out rules and regulations to my networked computers. These rules can tell the machine what applications are allowed to run, or in this case what sites are “trusted” in Internet Explorer. Today I will show you how to add trusted sites to Internet Explorer using the group policy, without ever visiting the actual desktops.
Hello everybody, I had exactly the same problem and solved it via this : I just removed the IEHarden regkey and everything worked like a charm after it : Key was under : HKEY_LOCAL _MACHINE\SOF TWARE\Micros oft\Windows NT\Current Version\Term inal Server\Ins tall\Softwar e\Microsoft\ Windows\Curr entVersion\I nternet Settings\Z oneMap Remove IEHarden and there you go ! I've been playing a bit around with this key and it only happens when this key is present while creating a new user. When you remove the key with an existing profile, the problem persists.
Peter I would leave the Memory Dump setting as it is. A 64 kb file doesn't make a significant difference to free space. Some suggestions for increasing free disk space. The default allocation to System Restore is 12% on your C partition which is over generous.
Here's how I got my Lexmark printer to work in Windows 7: I have a X2470, but hopefully this will work for others as well. 1. Download the Vista drivers for your printer. For me it was cjr2400EN.exe 2.
Hi Martin, What you are doing sounds like exactly what we want to do. We are looking to create a mandatory profile that is stored on a Windows 2003 server and pulled down each time a user logins. The problem we are running into is that Outlook considers every user a new user each time they login. I have unzipped\c opied the Flex_Confi g to a shared network folder (\\mail\ba ckup\Flex_Co nfig). I created a folder on the server with the same name as the local workstatio n in the \\Mail\Bac kup\Flex_Con fig\ProfileS ettings directory and copied the Outlook200 3.ini into it.
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Issue 1: Connections to an application set cannot be made. But, custom ICA connections to server desktops and published applications are successful.
There are a number of different ways that you can capture a profile that you want to subsequently use as a mandatory profile. My preferred approach is to logon as a non-administrative test user, run whatever applications are needed and configure as appropriate, logoff and then take the resulting ntuser.dat, obviously renamed to ntuser.man, as the mandatory profile’s registry hive. I generally do not have any folders in the folder specified for the mandatory profile – it just contains the ntuser.man file and nothing else. *** Update: However, on Vista, Win7 and WS08, the empty folder AppData\Roaming does need to be created. In addition, if none of the folders that by default are used for items such as “My Pictures” and “My Music” exist in the base profile, these special folders will not be available to the user who is assigned this mandatory profile.
by Brian Madden What exactly is a slow logon? It depends on your environment. Some companies have logon processes that complete in a few seconds, while others take a few minutes. Unfortunately, there are some environments in which the logon process takes several minutes; even 20-30 minutes is not unheard of. This article will take you through the steps that I follow when someone says to me, "my logons are too slow."
Introduction An effective design of user profiles can make a significant difference in the performance and manageability of a MetaFrame Presentation Server environment. Many of the issues commonly seen in large or complex MetaFrame Presentation Server environments—including slow logon, loss of user settings, profile corruption, and excessive administration effort--are often the result of sub-optimal user profile designs.
Are you sure this is the only strange thing happening when using your mandatory profile? It could very well be that you forgot to grant the flex profiles user group full control on the "User" Hyve of the NTUSER.MAN of the mandatory profile. It looks like the registry changes needed to redirect appdata are not made because the current user does nog have access to the registry. So, you open regedit, use "load hive" and select the NTUSER.MAN. Right click on the just created hyve and grant permissions.
Summary The Appsrv.ini file contains user settings that define application servers and other preferences. Since the 4.20.715 build of the Win32 Client, this file contains information only regarding Custom ICA Connections. For all other versions and builds of the client (for any platform), the Appsrv.ini file contains information regarding all entries in Remote Application Manager. Sample APPSRV.INI