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    Local Settings\*

    Hi Guys,

    Sorry the title isn't clear. We are running a cc3 system, and the ou to where the staff reside has blocked inheritence of properties, but has a GPO applied to the internet. The problem we have is the "local settings folder" is huge!!!. looking at some the range from 50MB to 75MB, and this is killing our LES100 Link.

    What we need to know is how to have the local settings folder (C:\Documents & Settings\{USER}\Local settings) located else where or if anyone know a solution.

    This would be a life save.

    - Stuart

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    The Local Settings folder is part of a user's profile,
    but it does not roam, and can not be redirected to another place. When the
    documentation says that "the Local Settings folder does not roam", I
    understand this to mean that it does not get automatically downloaded to the
    user's computer when he logs on, and does not get automatically uploaded to
    the network share when the user logs off.

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