Was wondering if anyone can tell me if LANDesk is able to use enviromental variables in a file rule to retireve particular folders from a source machine?
I have created a collection used to capture profile information of a source PC.
I am trying to include file rules with this collection to capture specific folders from the source PC, and because the folders I wish to capture are user profile based I want to use varibles like:
%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\ etc..
instead of typing: C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\ which doesnt really make sense as the script would not be generic because each time I wanted to capture a users profile I would have to modify the username in the UNC path!
When I use the % variable I get errors. (shown in ldesk error.jpg)
If I use c:\USERPROFILE\Application Data\ then I can atleast push the captured profile to a target machine but I get failed 'due to an unspecfied error'.
So the question is:
Does LANDesk use its own varibles to reference paths?
Thanks for your time
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