Hope this helps :) (If it was a different JAR file for you, you can click "show directory contents" on this page and download the one you need.) Eclipse market Place (Eclipse market Place dialog box will open) 2.
Type the name of your plugin (ex: type SWT Designer) in the find edit box, make sure to keep default values for All markets and all categories, and click go button. The page will refresh and display all plugins that have swt designer in their name. Click intsall or update button on the one that fits your needs. The installation or update will be done successfully.
You’ll want to set the Policy Removal option to “Redirect the folder back to the local user profile location when policy is removed.” You’ll also want to ensure that “Move the contents of [folder name] to the new location” option is also checked so that the files get moved back to the user’s computer when you change the policy.
If these settings needed to be changed, you’ll need to allow enough time for users to get the changes before removing the Folder Redirection completely.
In the Properties for each folder, set the Target Setting to “Basic” and the Target folder location to “Redirect to the local userprofile location.” On the Settings tab, make sure you uncheck “Move the contents of [folder] to the new location” so that the redirected files don’t end up on the server.
Second, the easy option is to delete the profiles of the users on the server by going to System If for some reason deleting the local profiles on the server isn’t an option (or there are just too many servers to do it), you’ll need to add a new Folder Redirection to the same GPO that has your Loopback setting.
In the Group Policy Management Console, go to User Configuration Folder Redirection.
Right-click on one of the redirected folders, choose Properties, and go to the Settings tab.
Make note of whether “Move the contents of Documents to the new location” is checked and the “Policy Removal” behavior.