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Should be 2 files there named inn.bat and inn.reg<br>Delete the files  
 
Should be 2 files there named inn.bat and inn.reg<br>Delete the files  
  
Then we need to change some values in registry editor<br>Hold down the Windows-button and press R<br>Write regedt32 and press enter.<br>The location we are after is found under HKEY_CURRENT_USER-&gt;Software-&gt;Microsoft-&gt;Windows-&gt;CurrentVersion-&gt;Explorer-&gt;User Shell Folders<br>Change the ones containing M:\pc\... to wanted folder.<br>Example of foldername C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop<br>  
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Then we need to change some values in registry editor<br>Hold down the Windows-button and press R<br>Write regedt32 and press enter.<br>The location we are after is found under HKEY_CURRENT_USER-&gt;Software-&gt;Microsoft-&gt;Windows-&gt;CurrentVersion-&gt;Explorer-&gt;User Shell Folders<br>Change the ones containing M:\pc\... to wanted folder.<br>Example of foldername %USERPROFILE%\Desktop<br>  
  
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Do this to other settings You want to point to local disk.
 
Log out and back in again and the desktop should now be correctly showing the local desktop instead of the desktop connected to the M-disk  
 
Log out and back in again and the desktop should now be correctly showing the local desktop instead of the desktop connected to the M-disk  
  

Latest revision as of 13:27, 1 November 2011

Local Desktop instead of M-Disk
NOTE: Administrative rights are required

Go to the folder(needs to be written in the adress-bar)
C:\Windows\System32\GroupPolicy\User\Scripts\Logon

Localdesktop.JPG

Should be 2 files there named inn.bat and inn.reg
Delete the files

Then we need to change some values in registry editor
Hold down the Windows-button and press R
Write regedt32 and press enter.
The location we are after is found under HKEY_CURRENT_USER->Software->Microsoft->Windows->CurrentVersion->Explorer->User Shell Folders
Change the ones containing M:\pc\... to wanted folder.
Example of foldername %USERPROFILE%\Desktop

Do this to other settings You want to point to local disk. Log out and back in again and the desktop should now be correctly showing the local desktop instead of the desktop connected to the M-disk


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