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Ifolder on Vista

Hi,

We got our first Vista system on site and I installed ifolder 2.1.1 on
it which seemed to go well. This is an existing user who is getting an
upgrade. I can log into ifolder and all of his data starts coming down,
I can see all of the files as they are being downloaded. There are 2
problems. I pointed ifolder to the Documents directory and they don't go
there. They seem to be going
c:\Programfiles\Novell\ifolder\username\home. In this directory (which
is the right size when compared to what is on the server), all of the
files show up as dir file and map files and S1 S2 files etc. I looks
alot like what you see in the account on the server. Don't know what's
going on here, this is our first attempt at Vista and ifolder. Any help
is appreciated.

Thanks

James
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Re: Ifolder on Vista

James wrote:
> Hi,
>
> We got our first Vista system on site and I installed ifolder 2.1.1 on
> it which seemed to go well. This is an existing user who is getting an
> upgrade. I can log into ifolder and all of his data starts coming down,
> I can see all of the files as they are being downloaded. There are 2
> problems. I pointed ifolder to the Documents directory and they don't go
> there. They seem to be going
> c:\Programfiles\Novell\ifolder\username\home. In this directory (which
> is the right size when compared to what is on the server), all of the
> files show up as dir file and map files and S1 S2 files etc. I looks
> alot like what you see in the account on the server. Don't know what's
> going on here, this is our first attempt at Vista and ifolder. Any help
> is appreciated.
>
> Thanks
>
> James


The way I finally got it working was to download all of the files in
ifolder (using xp) copy them over to ifolder in vista. they seem to sync
back and forth fine in vista after that.
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