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    students saving documents straight into their MY SITE in Sharepoint...?

    Hi,

    Bit of a strange one this.

    We want to allow students to save their work directly into their own Sharepoint 'Site'.

    At present, they have to save to a home folder and then manually import these documents into Sharepoint - essentially this means that the students have 2 seperate areas where they save work, which isn't very sensible!

    When I, for example, create a word document - I can go to File > Save as > My Sharepoint Sites > voila! it works.

    When the students log in, they don't get this option.

    Is this something I have to change in group policy? I dont want the students to be able to see 'My Network Places' but at present this is the only workaround I can find!

    Any ideas? Hope this makes sense.

    Alan


    EDIT: Just a thought... Is it possible to map Sharepoint sites as network drives???
    Last edited by bandgeekmafia78; 19th November 2009 at 03:06 PM. Reason: need to change what I've said



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