kesselaar Absent Member.
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Bundles started in the background

When a NEW user starts for the first time a bundle from the application launcher the bundle startup in the background. The active window is still the application launcher instead of the started application.
When the user does a logoff, his profile is saved on the server.After that he does a login and when he starts a bundle, the bundle starts in the foreground.
We are using windows 7 clients and windows 2008 servers with zcm 11.

Someone recornized this problem and maybee know a solution?

Arnoud
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Re: Bundles started in the background

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Re: Bundles started in the background

Kesselaar,
> When a NEW user starts for the first time a bundle from the application
> launcher the bundle startup in the background. The active window is
> still the application launcher instead of the started application.
> When the user does a logoff, his profile is saved on the server.After
> that he does a login and when he starts a bundle, the bundle starts in
> the foreground.
> We are using windows 7 clients and windows 2008 servers with zcm 11.
>
> Someone recornized this problem and maybee know a solution?


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Re: Bundles started in the background

Are you updating something such as the "ForeGroundLockTimeout" setting
during the initial login? This can impact the type of Window Behavior
but the setting does not work until you login again after the change.

If you are, setting this in the default profile's ntuser.dat may help.

On 12/6/2011 1:22 PM, Anders Gustafsson wrote:
> Kesselaar,
>> When a NEW user starts for the first time a bundle from the application
>> launcher the bundle startup in the background. The active window is
>> still the application launcher instead of the started application.
>> When the user does a logoff, his profile is saved on the server.After
>> that he does a login and when he starts a bundle, the bundle starts in
>> the foreground.
>> We are using windows 7 clients and windows 2008 servers with zcm 11.
>>
>> Someone recornized this problem and maybee know a solution?

>
> Let me ask Novell.
>



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kesselaar Absent Member.
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Re: Bundles started in the background

Craig,

Thanks for the reply,

It looks like the ZCM client is updating this setting when the user login for the first time. However the settings will be applied after a reboot!
The solution is indeed to set this setting to 0 in the default profile.

Thanks, Arnoud
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