OBJECTIVE or GOAL
Change the location of the temporary folder used by UNIFI to import and export UEP files, to avoid filling up the system drive (C:\) with temporary files and not being able to import and export larger UEP files.
- Windows 7, 64 Bit, Professional
- Log in with an administrator account with full admin privileges.
- Close ALL programs, including UNIFI, and terminate relevant processes.
- Create a System Restore point.
- Open Start Menu > Computer.
- Right-click Properties.
- Select "Advanced Settings".
- Search for "Environment Variables".
- Click on "Edit Environment Variables for your Account".
- Create a folder named "Temp" where you want the new folder to be located (if you haven't already done so).
- For UNIFI PCs, the root of the data drive can be on an additional drive.
- Click on Temp variable, and click Edit.
- Enter the new Variable Value (the location of your new folder (e.g., "D:\Temp"), and click OK.
- Select "TMP" Variable and change its value to the same folder.
- Click OK and restart your computer.
- Verify that the change has been applied correctly.
- Open the Start Menu and type "%Temp%", without the quotation marks.
- Open the "Temp" folder.