[Samba] Roaming profiles - exclude Application Data from roaming
misty at borkholder.com
Wed Dec 8 15:00:11 GMT 2004
On Tuesday 07 December 2004 20:19, Brett Carruthers wrote:
> I would still like to know how to exclude the Application Data from
> roaming profiles on a whole samba server basis. Also, how hard is it to
> have some users not use a roaming profile but others continuing to use a
> roaming profile?
Use Kixtart to edit the registry of each user at initial login to redirect
Application Data folder to the user's network home directory.
> rruegner wrote:
> > Brett Carruthers schrieb:
> >> Hello All,
> >> I have a problem with my roaming profiles where they are becoming too
> >> large due to the Thunderbird mail accounts (stored by default) in
> >> Application Data. What I would like to do is exclude this directory
> >> from being part of the roaming profile. How can I do this?
> >> Also, how hard is it to have some users not use a roaming profile but
> >> others continuing to use a roaming profile? We have some laptop users
> >> that don't need roaming but office staff which do benefit from the
> >> use of roaming profiles.
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >> Brett Carruthers
> > Hi,
> > choose the folder of storing mail file in the account settings of
> > thunderbird , or better use
> > imap if possible 8 so you dont have to download mail )
> > consult thunderbird help faqs,
> > if you got in trouble with firebird cache, you can set another folder
> > for cache in default.ini ( i thought this was the name , look in the
> > help files here too )
> > or minimize it, this should solve profile problems.
> > a good place for all this stuff may be the home directory of the user
> > on the samba server , or a place on clients computer local storage
> > if this fits to your security
> > Regards
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