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Just another painful experience with M$ Vista/Windows 7.
I have done the same as you with XP and it worked a treat haven't tried with
Vista but I have had other issues that I'm working through.

Strange differences in desktops between different user profiles on a laptop.

There must be a setting I'm missing but one shows small icons as small icons
and another shows small icons as medium icons.

No major issue just an irritation for consistency.


Norm Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Chuck Lewis
Sent: Wednesday, 21 December 2011 3:09 AM
To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users
Subject: [PCTECH] Weird one - hard to title...

Hi Folks,

This is happening on Windows 7 Pro.

We move the location of My Documents to the server to back up Desktop,
Favorites, Documents, etc.

We map folks to H:\ as their home folder

Well this didn't cause any problem in XP Pro but in Windows 7 if you try to
install software it comes up with an error pointing to H:\ not being
valid...

I was assuming this has to do with environment variables so I changed both
to C:\ rather then the concatenated version Windows defaults to.
That did not work.

I've TRIED finding a solution via Google but am apparently not hitting on
the right wording,

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Chuck
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