So i have Java 1.6.0.13 sequenced.
Local machines have 1.6.0.22 installed.
Have a shortcut on the desktop that uses the local Internet explorer and seems to run happily with the old Jre (1.6.0.13)
My issue is as follows..
- run up the appv shortcut
- browse to an intranet database website
- use the right click-> export option ( on some random file in there )
- choose a local directory to save it to.....

And when i try to save it just says "Folder no found.Please, verify the folder name and try again."

It works with a manually installed Java ( the 1.6.0.13)...

Anyone have any ideas on what could be stopping the saving of the file to the local machine?
yes - have the interaction to local machine allowed set to TRUE
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I am not sure but make sure u havent checked "Enable security descriptor" option.
Answered 12/07/2011 by: pratikpawar
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Thanks for the reply.
That option is on by default, but yep its unchecked.

Has to be something about the appv-app writing to the local machine...about not seeing the local folder structure properly :(
Answered 12/07/2011 by: dbowe
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