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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>  
  
 
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  

Revision as of 12:22, 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

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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