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Windows 7 Pro iFolder 3.7 client install?

I am trying to install the iFolder client on new Windows 7 Pro laptops using the following method.
ifolder3-windows.exe /s /v/qb

The install runs and when I log in everything seems to be functioning. Yet if any other user logs in the iFolder client never starts running. And the shortcut options, such as Convert to iFolder, never show up for that user. The end users only have power users rights on the laptop.

Is there something I am missing when Installing so that the client can get this to work correctly?

Also placing the AutoAccount.xml file in the simias folder seems to fail with the client initialization. The Dialog to for account creation is presented.

Thanks for the assistance.

Rich
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Re: Windows 7 Pro iFolder 3.7 client install?

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hegdegg Absent Member.
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Re: Windows 7 Pro iFolder 3.7 client install?

Does the iFolder trayapp comes up? Do you see the iFolder icon on the taskbar ( right hand bottom corner)?.
Could you check the Event viewer and Select Windows Logs-> Application and check for errors and update the same here.

-gg
>>> On 05-05-2011 at 01:36, <rhuhman@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:



I am trying to install the iFolder client on new Windows 7 Pro laptops
using the following method.
ifolder3-windows.exe /s /v/qb

The install runs and when I log in everything seems to be functioning.
Yet if any other user logs in the iFolder client never starts running.
And the shortcut options, such as Convert to iFolder, never show up for
that user. The end users only have power users rights on the laptop.

Is there something I am missing when Installing so that the client can
get this to work correctly?

Also placing the AutoAccount.xml file in the simias folder seems to
fail with the client initialization. The Dialog to for account creation
is presented.

Thanks for the assistance.

Rich


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