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    Terminal services, explain some settings to me....

    "Use temporary folders per session" what does this actually mean?

    We use mandatory profiles which are removed on log off anyway, can i ignore this as turned off? It's always been on in the past but i've never actually known what it does?

    EDIT: i should add that this question has come because I'm invesigating a supposed problem with our terminal services at the moment...server appears to be running fine, has been since midnight (it restarts at midnight every night) girl claims that every time she's doing work on them when she goes to save it logs her off and she loses her work... session she has open at the moment which she left logged on has been running now for well over an hour though without issue. Office 2013 + 2008R2 TS any known issues?
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