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Jeff Salutz Posted: Sun, Jun 24 2012 10:53 AM

I know the .INI file for Version 9 was TMW.INI found in C:\WINDOWS. I was wondering what the file name is for Version 10 and Version 11. I just upgraded to Version 11.1 and now I see a TM11.ini file in  C:\WINDOWS. All that's in it is:
[Settings]
PriDB=
My TMW.ini file is full of entries related to Version 9.

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Most (if not all) of the entries were moved to the registry and away from an ini file. Most of the entries in the ini file or the registry are stored in the Time Matters database for the user.

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Thanks for clearing that up Matt.  I have a TM 11.1 glitch and had been searching for the .INI file as a way around it.  Perhaps you can help.  I am running TM.11 in a Terminal Server environment.  One user is unable to access the Billing List when he logs in.  If I log in to Terminal Server using a different user and password and then log in to TM for this user he can access the billing list.  It appears that something in his specific system configuration is causing the problem.  In earlier versions of TM I would have simply deleted his TMW.INI file and had TM re-create that file on a future log in.  How do I accomplish the same result in TM 11.1?

 

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The temporary settings are saved in the registry now and not the ini file.

You would just rename or delete that portion of the registry that you wanted to re-create. 

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I am not sure if this will address Cameron’s issue, but recently this is how I accessed the ini file fixed a problem associated with it. C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\ProgramData\LexisNexis\Time Matters 11

Certainly not easy to locate. Hope this helps!

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