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Set Tempfolder (c:\Temp) for all users?


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Hello together,

is it possible to define a tempfolder for all users (like c:\temp)?

The reason is, that I wish to have a C:\Temp folder for all users and not x Tempfolders in the profile from the users.

I´m sure there was a reg. entry. But I´m unable to find the posting...

Edit (found my old posting):

http://www.msfn.org/board/Move-Tempfolder-...ded-t42854.html

Edited by Bastian_W
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Here is a method you can use as part of your unattended procedure; It uses reg.exe from an NT command script to set the locations for all the PC Users to the same location as the default System Temp.

@Echo off&Setlocal
Set "LK_=HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Environment"
(Set VD_=/t REG_EXPAND_SZ /d "%%%%SystemRoot%%%%\Temp" /f^>Nul)
For %%? In (T TE) Do Reg add "%LK_%" /v %%?MP %VD_%
Pushd %UserProfile%\..\Default User
Reg load HKU\TempHiv NTUSER.DAT>Nul 2>&1||Goto :Eof
For %%? In (T TE) Do Reg add HKU\TempHiv\Environment /v %%?MP %VD_%
:Un_
Reg unload HKU\TempHiv>Nul 2>&1||Goto Un_

Just change SystemRoot for SystemDrive if you prefer the location to be in the root of the drive instead!

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  • 2 months later...

Hello Yzöwl

Hello RubySoftware

sorry for the delay... I didn´t get a notification about this topic :-(.

Wouldn´t it possible to put a settemp.cmd into:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

which set and overwrite the temp variables in the reg.?

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