Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Posted: 2014-10-31 14:42
Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit
We maintain over 300 computers in various campus locations for public use. Each workstation automatically logs on to the network with a generic username. Users must input their personal I.D. and password in order to connect with their personal drives on our central servers.
We have discovered that when a user authenticates and connects to their drives, a registry key is created upon closing their WinSCP session.
The next person to use that workstation cannot access their drives as WinSCP tries to re-connect to the previous directory. They are forced to reboot the workstation in order to restore all settings to default.
Is there some way to:
a) prevent the creation of this key (or)
b) automatically delete the key upon log off from the WinSCP session
Any assistance will be appreciated.
Location: Prague, Czechia
You want to turn off a session option Remember last used directory:
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