The default directory to store InTime related files is /home/<username>/.plunify (Linux) or C:\Users\<username>\.plunify (Windows). Some IT policies may limit disk space in the user’s home directory. After launching InTime for the first time, the user can change this default directory to a different directory with more disk space.
Before changing the default directory to a new location, here are some tips to get it to work correctly.
In the following example, the user's login name is user10 and the new directory with more disk space /nas/edauser/user10. The MAC address is 0123456789AB
Please ensure that:
- The ~ (tilde) symbol redirects to the user's home directory.
- The user has read and write permission to the new location.
- When launching InTime via intime.sh in future, always specify the -custom_session_path argument.
$ cd ~ $ mv -r .plunify /nas/edauser/user10 Launch InTime from the command-line with an additional argument: $ ./intime.sh -custom_session_path /nas/edauser/user10
- Linux Operating System
- Windows Operating System
Knowledge Base ID: 16018 - Last Review: Sep 16, 2016 - Revision: 1.0