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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Mike M, Feb 14, 2007.

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  1. Mike M

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    How would i setup network profiles just to save the user settings not stuff in my documents ect.
     
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    there must be a way to do it on advanced server 2000
     
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    Why not explain a little bit better what you wish to do and leave some system stats along with it?
     
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    my server has active directory installed on it and for all my user accouts i want to have it so when a user logs off it saves the user settings into a folder on the network so when they log into another computer it has there same settings.
     
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    ok i just did that i set the user path to \\server\profiles\test but i logged in with the user test then off and it made the folder test.v2 an on my other computer it made a new folder for test named test.v4
     
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    it seems that when i try loading it on windows vista it ads .v2 to the end of the profile name
     
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