Posts Tagged ‘active setup’

Updating Mandatory Profiles Part 2

Having seen that our original Updating Mandatory Profiles post is quite popular, I thought I’d follow it up with an update. The process described in the first post is quite labourious and error prone. I’d like to make people aware of how quick and easy the Profile Update Utility (PuU) makes updating a mandatory profile with ActiveSetup keys.…

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Active Setup – Stubpath Command Lines

I spend a lot time working with mandatory profiles and RES Workspace Manager, especially when using Citrix XenApp or Remote Desktop Services. One of the key elements to creating a slick mandatory profile is to ensure the Active Setup keys are added to the mandatory profile or you will forever see the annoying “Personaliz(s)ing Settings”…

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Updating Mandatory Profiles

[UPDATE 17/01/2012 – The process detailed in this post has been simplied in the Updating Mandatory Profiles Part 2 post] In a RES Workspace Manager environment it’s is typical (although not required) to store Mandatory profiles within the RES Workspace Manager Custom Resources. By doing this, we remove any reliance on the network, avoid the typical…

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Disable Active Setup

RESGuru has updated the RG01F – Getting rid of the first-time login stuff technote article with the new RES PowerFuse 2010 SR2 feature; “Disable Active Setup (Skips First Time Shell Init)”. My experience with this is that it works for v2 profiles, but not v1, e.g. Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. During a RES PowerFuse…

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