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*Patnaude, David
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Appload save list

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12-30-1999 05:38 PM
<<< Message <8EAC9B9E8dmpziplink@adesknews.autodesk.com> was originally posted to 'autodesk.autocad.r14general' on 30 Dec 1999 20:17:37 GMT.>>>

What is the default location to save the files shown in the appload
dialogue box? We are on a Netware 5 network and wherever it is attempting
to save, users do not have any write permissions for that directory. Can
the default location be changed?
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David Patnaude
dpatnaude@tamsconsultants.com
*Wheat, Chuck
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Re: Appload save list

01-01-2000 10:23 AM in reply to: *Patnaude, David
Don't know if this helps, but it looks like this is stored in the registry
in a single-user installation, under
hkey_current_user\software\autodesk\autocad\r15.0\...\profiles\profile_name\
... Don't know about a network installation, but it might depend on whether
your users are running it from the server or their local machines.

Good luck and Happy New Year -
--

Chuck - cwheat233@yahoo.com - Denver, Colorado, USA
*Patnaude, David
Message 3 of 5 (171 Views)

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01-03-2000 07:42 AM in reply to: *Patnaude, David
cwheat233@yahoo.com (Chuck Wheat) wrote in
<84lh2u$coq7@adesknews2.autodesk.com>:

>Don't know if this helps, but it looks like this is stored in the
>registry in a single-user installation, under
>hkey_current_user\software\autodesk\autocad\r15.0\...\profiles\profile_na
>me\ ... Don't know about a network installation, but it might depend on
>whether your users are running it from the server or their local
>machines.
>
>Good luck and Happy New Year -
>--
>
>Chuck - cwheat233@yahoo.com - Denver, Colorado, USA
>
>
>

I don't see anything in my registry about appload, but I am using R14 and
your reg key shows as r15. Maybe it changed. If it was stored in the
current user of the registry, any user should have no problem saving the
file listing.
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David Patnaude
dpatnaude@tamsconsultants.com
*Wheat, Chuck
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01-03-2000 08:12 AM in reply to: *Patnaude, David
Okay, then look for a file called appload.dfs in the "Start in " folder for
R14.

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Chuck - cwheat233@yahoo.com - Denver, Colorado, USA
*Patnaude, David
Message 5 of 5 (171 Views)

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01-04-2000 10:25 AM in reply to: *Patnaude, David
cwheat233@yahoo.com (Chuck Wheat) wrote in
<84qi5t$m0i10@adesknews2.autodesk.com>:

>Okay, then look for a file called appload.dfs in the "Start in " folder
>for R14.
>
>--
>
>Chuck - cwheat233@yahoo.com - Denver, Colorado, USA
>
>
>

Thanks, you were correct. The appload.dfs file was in a network drive. I
changed the start folder in the shortcut and removed the appload.dfs file
from the network drive and it appears to be working properly for everyone
now.

Thanks
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David Patnaude
dpatnaude@tamsconsultants.com
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