Last year we finally upgraded from GP2010 to GP2015R2. Now my Integration Manager is being a little difficult. We are running on Windows10 Professional.
I use a database program to prepare my journal entries, then write the TXT-FILE to use Integration Manager. Windows10 does not like my database writing a file to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics\Integration Manager 14\Samples which I can understand. So I moved Samples outside of the C:\Program Files to C:\IM14\Samples. I reset all of my definitions to point to this spot. All works well.
But, when I open Integration Manager, it still defaults to the original sub-directory. I have to manually open the one in the new location. How can I get it to remember the new file? Not a show-stopper. But it affects the other users of Integration Manager.
Thank you so Luc. That will make things a little smoother.
Make it a great day
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