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Application I found the ini file that stores the dragon profile path however when i update it in the ini file, it doesn't replicate over to the application itself and still has the old path. Was wondering if anyone has run into something similar and may have any suggestions. btw: dragon profile path can be changed from the application but i have a task to
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Click Click the Windows Start button. Type “regedit” into the search box. Click “regedit.exe.”. When the Registry Editor window opens, find the folder tree in the left-hand pane. Click the triangle on the left of “Computer” to expand it. Do the same with each successive folder you navigate to:> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. > SOFTWARE.
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Click Click "OK" to save the user profile. To import a user: From the DragonBar, click the "Profile" menu. Select the "Manager User Profiles" option. Click the "Advanced" button and then select "Import". Use the Browse For Folder dialog box to locate the user profile to import. Click "OK" to import the selected user profile.
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Default The default location is: C:Program DataNuanceNaturallySpeaking(Roaming) Users. Verification Source: Dragon Help Menu Test Date: 2.6.12
Opens If you are using a Dragon edition where Nuance Management Center/NMS mode is disabled (Standalone mode), do one of the following: From the DragonBar, select Settings>Profile>New User Profile. The New User Profile dialog box opens. Click New. The New User wizard opens. Run through the wizard.
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Click From the DragonBar, select Tools>Administrative Settings. Click Proceed. A Windows User Account Control prompt appears. Click Yes. The Administrative Settings—Roaming tab appears. Accept the default location for the Local directory (for cache) setting (<Roaming Local>) by clicking OK. Click Make New Folder to create a location.
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Information Dragon Medical models such as DMNE use a 'lock file' to signal when the master (network) copy of the user profile is being accessed. Currently this lock file is just an empty file with no information about who created it or when it was created. In certain conditions, such as an application crash, the lock file may be orphaned and can be
Files The Speech File corruption can be caused by a number of things, including aggressive anti-virus software settings, power surges occurring as Dragon saves the speech files or low memory resources. Solution: Restoring the user files often resolves this issue. There are two methods for restoring a user profile, automatically and manually.
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Folder Procedure. Open the Windows Registry Editor. Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList. Select each folder individually and look at the ProfileImagePath key to identify the user profile associated with the selected folder: Note: The folder name in the above example; it is S-1-5-21 …
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User But as you can tell, HKEY_CURRENT_USER only applies to the current user. To access all the users there is the HKEY_USERS registry root, which has a folder for each user. So instead, you need: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall …
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Profile Dragon can create a “username.lck” file when an author does not close the user profile overnight. It normally locks the profile during saving and synchronization tasks. The Dragon Acoustic or Language Model Optimizer is running. Windows Explorer has one of the profile files open. Malware, security, or antivirus software is blocking profile
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Opens To create a new user profile: From the DragonBar, select Profile>New User Profile. The New User Profile dialog box opens. Click New. The New User wizard opens. Run through the wizard. For more information, click the Help button on each screen. From the DragonBar, select Profile>Manage User Profiles.
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Local The roaming user local directory cannot be on a network drive: It means that your system tried to create a local copy of the master roaming user in a location that may not be accessible to your computer if you should disconnect from the network. Your local roaming user must be accessible to your computer at all times. In some situations you may
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Dragon Where are my files? Dragon stores information in three places on your computer: Directory. Contents. Dragon's Root directory is in your Startup disk under /Library/Application Support/Dragon. Your speech engine data. Your Dragon Professional Individual for Mac license. This is the only Dragon data accessible to all users on your Mac.
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Profile Description: Windows cannot find the local profile and is logging you on with a temporary profile. Changes you make to this profile will be lost when you log off. Step1: In the Run menu type Regedit and hit the Enter key. Open Registry editor. Go to this location. Take a Registry Backup – Recommended – Right Click Export And Save it.
Using Here is what you need to do: Assuming that you are using Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12.0 on a desktop computer or laptop PC where security is not at the top priority, log on to the system using administrator account. Initialize Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12.0 by double-clicking its icon. If any user profile is automatically loaded, close it by
Profile The Open User Profile dialog box opens. Do one of the following: Select a Roaming user profile from the list, or. Select the non-Roaming user location from the Location of user profile drop-down list, and then select a non-Roaming user profile. Click Open. Dragon closes your current user profile and opens the new one.
Dragon's Home directory is located in your user directory under ~/Library/Application Support/Dragon. Dragon commands, vocabulary, and other necessary data. Do not delete or alter these files. By default, OS X hides the ~/Library directory. The Documents directory is located in your user directory under ~/Documents/Dragon. Your Dragon profiles.
Windows Explorer has one of the profile files open. Malware, security, or antivirus software is blocking profile access. Data backup software is backing up the Dragon profile directory. Other processes or applications might be accessing or locking your Dragon user profile.
By default, Dragon NaturallySpeaking will save the user profiles to the following folders based on the version of Dragon and Operating System: C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataNuanceNaturallySpeaking12Users (Windows XP)
From the DragonBar, select Settings>Options. The Options dialog box opens. Click the Data page. Specify a value for the Automatically back up user profile every n saves option. Automatic user profile backups occur every 5 saves by default. For more information, see Options dialog box—Data page. Dragon does not back up Roaming user profiles.