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    Adito - mapping to user's home direcotry

    How do I get adito to map a share the the user's home directory (when they login onto adito). The user's home directory is the same as their login ID.

    Adito is connecting to a Windows 2003 network.

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    There is a bug in the current version that breaks this functionality. You only see files in the root of a share! It's listed as a known bug, there is no timescale shown to fix.

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    Worked using

    home$/${session:username}

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    Quote Originally Posted by abasel View Post
    Worked using

    home$/${session:username}
    Does that work for subdirectories below the root though?

    That seems to be the issue.

    I am looking at re-installing the older SSL explorer to get round this issue here.

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    Yes it does work in the subdirectories too

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    Quote Originally Posted by abasel View Post
    Yes it does work in the subdirectories too
    Interesting, is this on a windows host or Linux host (I noticed your other thread) I have it running on a debian host, and find the bug "NetworkPlaces path problem - ID: 2827875" hits us.

    That said, I just found this in the bug notes on SourceForge:-

    Date: 2009-10-22 08:34
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    We have the same problem. Managed to find a workaround:
    If you specify the share name as //data in the path field instead of just
    data it seems to work.
    and it appears to work for us.

    So hopefully that moves things along a little.

    RobK

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    now this project is part of the open vpn stable I expect more development.

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