Windows 7 Thread, Romaing Profiles - Adobe in Technical; We have Windows 7 Pro here with Adobe Master Collection installed, Some of our users are on Local Profiles but ...
5th December 2011, 04:57 PM #1
Romaing Profiles - Adobe
We have Windows 7 Pro here with Adobe Master Collection installed, Some of our users are on Local Profiles but need to go roaming is this going to cause issues as the local profiles for adobe is roughly 30 gig! If possible I don't want that going over the network especially since there are a few users who need to go roaming and use the master collection, Adobe isnt on all of the machines so I haven't yet moved anyone over using roaming profiles who use adobe.
Anyone shed any light ?
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5th December 2011, 05:01 PM #2
Whats the 30gig exactly for? is it a document, download area? arent you redirecting everything? you can can set ignore in group policy if that 30gb is just temp stuff
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5th December 2011, 05:11 PM #3
I'm not sure but 2 of the users who use Adobe have 30gig local profiles in App Data Adobe, so I'm guessing it's all the temp stuff or it's the running stuff like fonts etc etc, We redirect Docs and everything that follows and redirect the Desktop & Start Menus. The only bit of AppData that gets redirected is for Outlook files. How do I do an Ignore ? do you reckon it will stop any part of adobe from working ? Or will it just leave it all on the local machine instead of down/uploading to the server ?
5th December 2011, 06:34 PM #4
Check to see if its the bridge thumbnail cache thats the largest part. If it is you can use GP to block the upload the to the roaming profile and when they go on other machines bridge will remake the file anyway.
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