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    No worries, cheers. Looks as thought its been pulled from it's hosting

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    I group the students home directory and OU by class so that teachers can easily locate and access the students work when they need to. As children move class each year, I just rename the folders and use the %username% wildcard to update in AD. Not sure if this is the best method but it works for me.

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