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Where are the Vault files stored in the new launcher for 4.2.1?

I,m trying to download Marketplace code, but it gets downloaded to a "Vault" somewhere. It then asks me to create a project, for which I can select a directory, but the VS generation fails because it can't find the "Source" directory.

Where is the "Vault"? Which directory? How can I change the directory of the "Vault"? I have a specific drive for development and don't want this cluttering my %APPDATA% or user directory.

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asked Jun 19 '14 at 08:27 PM in Bug Reports

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Hi Dmacesic,

You can find the Vault information in (where you're Engine is installed, typically "C")

X:/ Program Files / Unreal Engine > Launcher > VaultCache

You can also find more information about the new Launcher on our main page: UnrealEngine.com

You cannot change the directory of the Vault. It installs where you engine files are installed. When you created a new project using the Vault projects you can select where you want that project file to reside.

If you have any other questions feel free to ask!

Thank you!

Tim

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answered Jun 20 '14 at 05:31 PM

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avatar image dmacesic Jun 20 '14 at 05:33 PM

Thanks for the answer to my first question, but to the second: how do I change where the vault is? I really don't want it on my C drive.

avatar image dmacesic Jun 20 '14 at 05:35 PM

Also, I still have the issue where I can't compile a created project, because there is no "Source" directory.

avatar image Tim Hobson ♦♦ STAFF Jun 23 '14 at 06:07 PM

Hi dmacesic,

I've marked this as the correct answer to your question. If you're still having compile issues with your source directory make sure to post this as a separate question in the C++ section of the AnswerHub.

Thank you!

Tim

avatar image Gaspadlo Oct 10 '15 at 05:59 PM

You can use Symbolic Link (SymLink) - either using shell or any available tool (that will just run the command in correct form for you)

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