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    Yeah, pub. I forgot what one looks like. I have the pleasure of playing with AD and Win7 as well as trying to get my project done for uni whilst preparing for work next week. Arrrrrrgh!

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    Sorry if I didn't spot it earlier, but how are your profiles "called" from AD? Assuming you only have 1 account per user but you wish for them to be able to use different profiles for different logins.....are you setting the AD profile path to profileshare\profilename%osver%? OSVER is what we use but you can configure what you like here.

    We then configure the %osver% as an environment variable

    apologies if I've gone off on a tangent and misread your question

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