I've got a nasty setup which writes about 50 MB data to C:\Users\Public\AppName. This location is captured by the MS sequencer in the user profile; %AppData%\SoftGrid Client\bladiebla\UsrVol_sftfs_v1.pkg. So the roaming profile limit is reached very quick. Is there a way to tell the sequencer to place these files in the sft (machine) part?
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If it's just a setup log (i.e. not linked to the actual application's function) I'm pretty sure you should take the file out of the sequence alltogether..
Answered 03/30/2012 by: pjgeutjens
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  • If in the other hand you actually need that data in the package, you should probably script a copy of that data from the package to the real user profile directory pre-launch, so store it somewhere else in the package (not VFS) and then copy it to the actual location on the client.

    Might also be worthwhile to check if the application won't just regenerate the data if you leave it out of the sequence
  • The application really needs the data. These files are updated frequently. But the option to make it part of the "real" C:\users\public is a good idea. Will search further to find a 100% App-V solution. If I can't find it I'll copy it.
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Excuse me for triple post, it seems an issue with out new proxy
Answered 03/30/2012 by: subsense
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