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SAP 8.8 W2008 R2 Add-on creates files in Appdata\Local - not roaming

We are running SAP B1 ver. 8.8 and some clients on terminal servers rinning w2008 R2. When starting SAp on the terminal servers using addon like B1UP it creates folderes like :

C:\users\Lero\AppData\Local\Temp\2\SM_OBS_DLL\880232

C:\users\Lero\AppData\Local\Temp\2\SM_OBS_DLL\880232\GUI

A total of 130 MB of files

Lero = User id

2 = sessionnid on terminal server

As the terminal servers is located om another site than the SAP servers, we have to load thes files over WAN, and that take some time.

Anyone no how to get these files to be in the raoming part of the profile and not using the session id in path ?

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2010 at 01:44 PM

    Hi,

    I am afraid that it is the addon std definition. You may contact the addon B1UP support to find out why it is used the session id.

    Anyway, have you tried the B1 std addon ?

    JimM

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    • I have been in contact with support at Boyum IT, but not very helpfull. I'm having this problem with 2 add-ons. The B1UP from Boyum IT and an addon from RCS IT called WorkSheet141. The SAP addon XLReporter works fine without adding these files.

      I will try both companies support again to see if they can help...

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2010 at 01:54 PM

    Hi,

    Welcome you to the forum.

    Is you server 64 bits? The add-on version may not compiled properly for both 64 & 32 bits.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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