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Multiple Profiles

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02-16-2006 07:18 AM
I have a need to create a separate profile for a user who has a laptop, basically on and off the network. It seems the easiest way would be to give them 2 desktop icons referencing different profiles. But there is an intimating string of text in the 'target' property of the icon. Does anyone have a reference or example, I would like a better understanding before I get into it.
Also, any suggestions on keeping duplicate support files up to date. Thanks.
*James Wedding
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Re: Multiple Profiles

02-16-2006 09:51 AM in reply to: bthatcher
After the target, place /p ***** where **** is your profile name. That will
cause the switch at startup. LDT users are quite use to this trick for
dealing with Map vs. LDT.

And I used offline folders with quite a bit of success in just this
scenario.
HTH

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James Wedding, P.E.
Engineered Efficiency, Inc.
Civil 3D 2006 SP2
XP Tablet, SP2, 2GHz, 1.5G
www.eng-eff.com
www.civil3d.com
*K
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Re: Multiple Profiles

02-17-2006 08:29 AM in reply to: bthatcher
bthatcher <> wrote in news:5088118@discussion.autodesk.com:

> I have a need to create a separate profile for a user who has a
> laptop, basically on and off the network. It seems the easiest way
> would be to give them 2 desktop icons referencing different profiles.
> But there is an intimating string of text in the 'target' property of
> the icon. Does anyone have a reference or example, I would like a
> better understanding before I get into it. Also, any suggestions on
> keeping duplicate support files up to date. Thanks.

Or you can replicate your netork drives:

subst j: c:\j
subst i: c:\i

Cteate a .bat and modify the above and run before starting cad.

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