warper2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Exclusions

We are using the home directory sync as part of kanaka. Is there a way to
apply exclusions for what file types can sync to the user home directory?
Want to be able to exclude things such as itunes and iphoto.

Thanks
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CarlW
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Re: Exclusions

I don't believe there is this ability, however you could look at possibly locking down the folders in the users network home directory to deny write access. This is a very kludgy workaround though, and could possibly end up not being worth the hassle.
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