We have two NT4 PC's with AutoCad Lite 2000 on each, that are shared
for CAD work among several occasional users. The problem seems to
be that ACL2k is installed on the C: drive on one and on the D: drive
on the other. Whichever one the user logs onto first seems to determine
the settings for the AutoCad LT Registry HKCU entries.
Then if that user logs onto the other NT4 box, all the toolbars, among
other things, aren't available because pathnames in the registry point
to the wrong drive.
Does anyone know of a way to correct this problem without reinstalling
one of them on the same drive as the other and purging the roaming
profiles for these users who first ran AutoCad LT on that machine? Is
there some way to make the registry pathnames more generic, or