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    Windows 7 Testing

    Hi - I am preparing to roll out Windows 7 to all client PCs and am working on a test environment at the moment with 2 Server 2008 R2 boxes and 1 Windows 7 box. I have used the group policy settings to hide the user libraries. The problem I have at the moment is when I am logged on to the test domain on the windows 7 client with a student or staff account I get no location options when I try to save a file.

    E.g. When using "Save As" in Microsoft Word there are no drives available for selection. In the left hand column in the "Save As" window all that displays is "Word > Templates"

    How should I go about enabling users to save files in the normal way?

    Any advice on this would be really appreciated.

    cheers

    Eddie

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    I presume you've specified a home directory in Active Directory for these users?

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