Samba PDC & Win2k Temporary Internet Files problem
don_mccall at hp.com
Tue Apr 10 16:14:00 GMT 2001
That's a wierd one...
What version of Internet Explorer are you using?
In IE 5, if you rightclick on IE icon, go to properties, and look under
there is a "Current Location" for "Temporary Internet Files Folder", and
amount of disk space to be used box.
What does yours report for Current location?
Are you using roaming profiles for your win2k clients that log into the
If you are, check the profile directory and the "Temporary Internet Files"
that users profile directory; perhaps there is a permissions problem on the
Just a thought - I have seen several threads on this list discussing various
problems with profiles and Win2k, but have not really worked much with them.
Perhaps with more info someone else on the list more familiar with profiles
(if this is indeed the
issue) may be able to lend a hand.
Hope this helps,
From: Nemeth Tamas [mailto:tomee at titanic.nyme.hu]
Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 11:50 AM
To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
Subject: Samba PDC & Win2k Temporary Internet Files problem
Hi , I am need of urgent help.
I have a Samba PDC controlled domain, with W2k workstations. Joining
the domain was easy. Only one thing's not working:
when a domain user logs in on a workstation, the space for Temporary
Internet files is: 0 and can't change it. So can't download anything
When a local user logs in the Temporary Internet files settings are
Can someone please help me with this problem in private mail too.
tomee at titanic.nyme.hu
University of West-Hungary
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