Environment Manager maintains a number of session variables. These are detailed in the Product Guides for each version of Environment Manager. However, in order to provide persistence of these variables between executables a file-based cache is used on a per-user basis. By default this cache will be created with the name format EMValueStore_<User SID>_<Session Id>.dat in the %TEMP% location. Since this variable defaults to C:\Windows\Temp this can present issues when restricting permissions to temporary locations. The
ValueStorePathengineering setting allows you to control where this cache is held.
This value should be created as follows:
Registry Key: HKLM\Software\AppSense\Environment Manager\
Value Name: ValueStorePath
Value Type: REG_SZ
Value Data: Path to the folder that should house the session variable cache.
This value is referenced in the 8.3 engineering document here: http://www.appsense.com/kb/150625964946598
It is also referenced in this article surrounding Dell full disk encryption: http://www.appsense.com/kb/150911141610263