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Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, How do you do yours? in Technical; How have you set up your profiles for students and teachers? roaming/mandatory? Do you allow the use of outlook for ...
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    How do you do yours?

    How have you set up your profiles for students and teachers? roaming/mandatory? Do you allow the use of outlook for students emails or just OWA?

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    Profiles:

    Mandatory for both staff and pupils - no reason to have any other way since we lock things down heavily with GPOs, and redirect common folders. Mandatory profiles also make a huge difference to logon times.

    Email:
    We host our own exchange 2003 server. Some staff use full Outlook (admin usually), most use OWA, pupils have no email accounts. Past experience has shown email to be a huge time waster among our age pupils (middle school), so we stopped providing it.

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    We also use mandatory profiles- so much easier to manage.

    Staff and Students have access to outlook but only staff have access to OWA. We really want to remove e-mail access to students as they mainly use it as a chat services. Its a pain, but they need it apparently for a course and the head wants them to keep it! They're abusing the system and we can't do anything about it!!

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    Have you encountered any problems with mandatory profiles being setup and using outlook/exchange? I have had to create a login script that automatically configures outlook so the user doesnt have to but unfortunatly the user gets the "welcome to outlook 2003" whenever they logon.

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    That loads automatically anyway but is only up for about a second, or are you talking about the welcome to outlook e-mail message?

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    Pupils: Mandatory Profiles

    Staff: Roaming profiles

    Email: RM Easymail for all staff and pupils.
    Outlook is set up to comunicate with the RM addresses for Office Staff (and me ) only

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    I meant the welcome to outlook email message.

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