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Global Settings Help!

Global Settings Help!

Global Settings Help!

I need some help people!  I am using Attachmate Extra 6.4 and 6.7 and need to know which file the global settings are saved in? So I can make an ideal file and push it out to all my machines on the network through the login.bat so they are identical.  I have over 300 machines to configure and dont want to go around one by one to set them up correctly.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Global Settings Help!

The file extension you are looking for are the *.EDP files.  They are essentially an *.ini file and hold the configuration information you are looking to utilize.  

For example, if I wanted to make sure everyone used my main Extra session, I would have my Extra.EDP file sent to all of the users.  This is located in the C:\Apps32\attachmateextrapersonalclient63-32-L-P\Sessions\ directory.

This is accurate as of version 6.3.


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