Problem / Question with GnuPG and GData Gnu Pg Plugin with Windows 2000 Terminal Server
Leigh S. Jones
Tue May 28 16:14:02 2002
I don't have gdata plugin on this computer to
experiment with although I've got it on a
computer at work. Your question is one that
points up the weakness of Windows vs.
Unix-like systems. If you were using Win9x
or ME you'd be out of luck. With NT/2K/XP
there are some things you can try.
First thing to try is:
use environment variables
In NT/2K/XP each user has a different set of
environment variables and a set of unique
registry values (current user). To set the user's
environment variables you go to <Start>
<Environment> and enter values. Choose
something like: GData_Dir
Then put %GData_Dir% in the slot in gdata.
More if that doesn't work...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kasper, Thomas" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 6:10 AM
Subject: Problem / Question with GnuPG and GData Gnu Pg Plugin with
Windows 2000 Terminal Server
> Hello friends,
> I have the following problem with GnuPg and GData GnuPg Plugin for
> Outlook 2000. I want to install the GData GnuPg PlugIn on a Windows
> Server 2000 with Outlook 2000. The installation from the PlugIn is
> problem, all is very well, but the path entry of the program files
> keyring is for all users , who logged in into the Terminal Server ,
> same. Can i configure the path entrys for all users in Outlook
> thanks very much in ahead.
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