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    Problem with Dreamweaver CS6 & redirected App Data

    Hi everyone,

    At present we are having an interesting issue with Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 and redirected App Data. All other Adobe products work fine.
    The issue with Dreamweaver is that on load, the program appears to be broken - as the menu does not load as per below;
    DW-redirected.PNG


    On the same machine, if we log in locally, without the redirected App Data, the issue is not there.
    DW-local.PNG

    This issue only affects our staff as they use roaming profiles with redirected App Data.
    Students are not having this issue, they use a super mandatory profile, and all is well.

    I've tried looking through Process Monitor but can't work out what is causing this issue.

    Does anybody have any idea?

    Thanks!

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    In the app data folder the Dreamweaver folder is not being created for some reason. Dreamweaver can't create it, so we made a script that looked for the Dreamweaver folder in app data and if it wasn't there, created it. This solved the problem for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colacao82 View Post
    In the app data folder the Dreamweaver folder is not being created for some reason. Dreamweaver can't create it, so we made a script that looked for the Dreamweaver folder in app data and if it wasn't there, created it. This solved the problem for us.
    @colacao82 - I've just tried this on my account with no change. Is it possible for you to send me a copy of the script pretty please?! :-)

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    Okay no problem. It was a bit late last night. The script actually copies a working folder across. For example the one created with your local admin login.

    *VBS SCRIPT*

    On Error Resume Next

    ' Use the CreateObject class to initiate the File System Objects
    Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

    ' Designate file for the File System Object
    If Not objFSO.FolderExists("u:\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS6\") Then

    objFSO.CopyFolder "\\SERVERNAME\FOLDER\Dreamweaver CS6", "u:\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS6", True


    End If

    *END OF VBS SCRIPT*

    Hope that helps!

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    Sadly that does not seem to work for us - the result is exactly the same :-(

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