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    home directory mapping issue

    Hi All,

    very impressed with HAP+ so far, however, when trying to map the users home directory i'm struggling. I have HAP + v9.1.0501.1430 Upgrade running on a member server (2008 R2) and user docs are set up with folder redirection.

    When I try to use the following:

    %homedir%

    The drive is listed on 'my files' but when clicked I'm getting this:

    'string cannot be of zero length. parameter name: oldvalue'

    If I use: \\server fqdn\g$\StaffData$\%username% in place of %homedir%, it works as expected for admin users but teacher users get access denied to path.....

    Any help much apreciated.

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    The format looks correct.. Does the AD account for the user have a homefolder set under the "Profile" tab? (It should)

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    You know what, I read that in another post and I could have sworn I tried it (I did swear, several times when I found it was now working).

    Thanks Matt.

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