TS Profile with Outlook 2003


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Guest

I'm saving my users TS Profile so that I don't have to reconfigure thier
Outlook 2003 Exchange Server configuration on all three of my W2K TS Servers.
The application that I use calls the default mail client to send a message
out. The problem is this; when the roaming profile is used for the first time
on one of the TS Server you need to answer the little banner message while
opening Outlook 2003 (asks for the Name and initials). The problem is that
users access the application via a publish application, not by the remote
desktop. So the user doesn't see this message, because the user is accessing
Outlook 2003 directly. But, until this dialog is answered, the mail client
gives a MAPI 2 error while trying to send email from any applications. So, I
can then logon as the user, check ok to the dialog (when opening Outlook
2003) and then everything is fine from then on. The problem is that I'm using
Roaming profiles so that I don't have to manually configure, and logon with
each users account. Does anyone know how to supress this initial Outlook 2003
Dialog in a Roaming profile environment?
 
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Roady [MVP]

Your post is quite confusing. The whole purpouse of Roaming Profiles is that
you travel with your settings. Configure once; use on any machine. Sounds
like you are running some sort of script that does the initial
configuration? You should create a check in your script that look on the
profile server and see if there is a profile already. If so it should abort
the script.

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I'm saving my users TS Profile so that I don't have to reconfigure thier
Outlook 2003 Exchange Server configuration on all three of my W2K TS
Servers.
The application that I use calls the default mail client to send a message
out. The problem is this; when the roaming profile is used for the first
time
on one of the TS Server you need to answer the little banner message while
opening Outlook 2003 (asks for the Name and initials). The problem is that
users access the application via a publish application, not by the remote
desktop. So the user doesn't see this message, because the user is accessing
Outlook 2003 directly. But, until this dialog is answered, the mail client
gives a MAPI 2 error while trying to send email from any applications. So, I
can then logon as the user, check ok to the dialog (when opening Outlook
2003) and then everything is fine from then on. The problem is that I'm
using
Roaming profiles so that I don't have to manually configure, and logon with
each users account. Does anyone know how to supress this initial Outlook
2003
Dialog in a Roaming profile environment?
 
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Guest

No, No script. Just using only TS Profile for TS interactions. All I want to
do is to avoid having to login to each TS and click "OK" on the Outlook 2003
dialog that is presented the first time it pop's up. All the data is loaded
(via the profile), just don't want to have to reply to the message.

Scott
 

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