Settings and Logs should not be under individual user accounts
Settings and logs should be located for multiple users to access.
I have GearMage Mail Attachment Downloader Pro Server 3.2 - build 3.2.1021.0
The settings and logs are placed under my own user account as follows ---
Settings Folder: C:\Users\my.name\AppData\Roaming\MAD
Logs Folder: C:\Users\my.name\AppData\Local\Temp\MailAttachmentDownloader
This is not good because other team members may need to provide support and make changes.
How to I configure the Settings and Logs folders to be publicly accessible so anyone who runs GearMage will find the same accounts?
Jeremy Burgess commented
Re: proposed solution. We use that all the time when installing to a server. Much better plan than user-based settings (and licence!)
Robert Tanenbaum commented
Note: I received this response from Gearmage Support on May 30, 2019
We have not yet tried it out, but it looks promising.
It requires each user to run the launch a batch file instead of running the MailAttachmentDownloader.exe directly, but that is still preferable to having everyone use a common login before launching Gearmage.
If you run the program with the --help it will provide you with some options. These options will help you run the PRO Server with multiple admin support.
• Create a batch file to run MailAttachmentDownloader.exe with some options
• In the batch file start launch MailAttachmentDownloader.exe with the options -c and -l. -c takes in a config directory that both admins have access to. So it would be something like MailAttachmentDownloader.exe -c "C:\MAD\SharedConfig" -l
• Make sure the batch file is always Run as administrator with admin rights