How do I refresh a user profile in iBlaze or Enterprise?
To refresh a user's profile folder, rename the user's folder (will be named the same as their Windows login) found in the targeted "Profiles" folder. Then reopen iBlaze.
Where are the user profiles?
There are three kinds of profiles to consider:
1) One application-level profile per enduser.
2) One case-level profile for each case and for each enduser.
3) One case database-level profile for each case and for each enduser.
How do I determine which profile to refresh?
If a certain user is encountering unusual interface issues, and no other users are reporting the same issues, then you should consider refreshing the affected user's profile folder.
If the affected user sees issues in any case that they open, then consider targeting a refresh of their application profile (profile 1 above).
If the affected user sees issues in a specific case only, then consider targeting a refresh of profiles for the specific case (profile 2 and 3 above).
Note: The case-level profile (profile 2 above) contains user-generated briefcases. If a profile refresh occurs and the refresh resolves the issue, you may want to copy the briefcases from the old profile back to the new profile.
At times, iBlaze or Enterprise can encounter corrupt user profile settings that interfere with the application interface. A corrupt setting can cause slowness in opening, slowness in loading various dialogs, error dialogs (e.g. error 19, etc.), and multiple unknown issues.
Renaming an application profile folder and then reopening iBlaze will cause iBlaze to create a default profile.