What do you use to start RDi/RBD? Is it a shortcut on your desktop or start menu? Make sure there are no command-line arguments specifying the workspace in those shortcuts.

Otherwise I would expect RDi/RBD to prompt for a workspace if you are absolutely certain that option is in your preferences.



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From: WDSCI-L [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Soucy, Michael
Sent: 20 October 2014 15:43
To: WDSC Midrange email list (WDSCI-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx)
Subject: [WDSCI-L] RDi 9.1 and roaming profiles

I have RDi / RBD 9.1 installed on my Windows 7 laptop. I seem to be having an issue where RDi / RBD does not prompt for which workspace to open with I start it up and it always seems to default to a workspace in a folder on my PC that I believe is referred to as a "roaming profile" folder. The folder it defaults to is:

\\ops-fs-1\OPS-Users$\msoucy\IBM\rationalsdp\workspace\<file:///\\ops-fs-1\OPS-Users$\msoucy\IBM\rationalsdp\workspace\>

Has anyone come across this issue before, and how do I fix it? I checked the preferences in RDi / RBD and I have the checkbox checked for "Prompt for Workspace at Startup".

Michael Soucy
Sr. Programmer / Analyst
Community Health and Counseling Services
(207) 922-4837

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