I would recommend you download Ork Tools (Office Resource Kit) for Office. Office 97/2000/XP/2003 and 2007 all have their own versions
Once you've loaded the Office ADM templates into your GPOs, you can then begin tweaking policies as you do with Windows. They'll be autosave/autorecover policies you can set.
Working on the presumption all users have their My Documents mapped as a network drive (for example H:\), the autosave/autorecover files will appear here instead.
As for adding Domain Users as local Power Users instead of local Administrators, you could try, however I am not entirely sure what the results would be.
Er...has anyone come up with a definitive answer to this? I have been hunting everywhere but can find nothing that works, and the TA who is stuck with all these docs is going berserk!
So, if you can help....?
I haven't forgotten... honest, it's just this incessant ringing in my ears... Oh the phone, that's it... :P
I think I have most of the info' so I'll see if I can't dummy something up shortly... Just keep bugging me or my memory sort of wanders off.
Hello Contink - anyone in there?
I am slowly sinking under a sea of recovered docs.
I have now been told that it isn't that anyone is logging on or off or saving improperly, rather that it is because we have 30 machines logged on as the same user. Microsoft doesnt like it, it seems
I've got a clearer idea of what's happening but been somewhat distracted trying to get my CIS kits ready for launch...
Originally Posted by witch
I'll see if I can write something up this week and test it when I'm in school on Thursday. Bug me Friday and I should have some news.