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Saving a users my documents to a home diectory

Is there a way to save a users "my documents" directory of the local
workstation to a home directory on the server. If so how do i configure
the user to do so?
Please help. Thank you
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Re: Saving a users my documents to a home diectory

On Wed, 27 Jul 2005 18:31:34 GMT, dyosh44@gmail.com wrote:

>Is there a way to save a users "my documents" directory of the local
>workstation to a home directory on the server. If so how do i configure
>the user to do so?


Take a look at iFolder: http://www.novell.com/products/ifolder/.

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Re: Saving a users my documents to a home diectory

If you are using windows Xp it is very easy, left click on my documents
folder, select properties and under the target tab select move and tell
it where you want the new my documents folder to be. It will even ask
if you want all of the documents moved to the new location.

Hope that helps

John


dyosh44@gmail.com wrote:

> Is there a way to save a users "my documents" directory of the local
> workstation to a home directory on the server. If so how do i configure
> the user to do so?
> Please help. Thank you


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